Among university students confined during the COVID-19 pandemic, the prevalence of mental health issues was high.
For US veterans with unhealthy alcohol use, reducing drinking may improve or resolve various conditions including pain interference symptoms and substance use, although most correlations are not significant.
The most notable increase in e-cigarette use from 2014 to 2018 occurred among younger-adult never smokers and near-term quitters (those who quit combustible cigarettes one to eight years before).
Nicotine electronic cigarettes improve long-term smoking cessation compared with nicotine replacement therapy.
Mental health disorders are common in health care workers (HCWs) during and immediately following a pandemic.
Apathy is associated with an increased risk for developing probable dementia for community-dwelling older adults.