To summarize existing evidence, the authors conducted an umbrella review to identify significant predictors of transition to psychosis in clinical high-risk patients.
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Investigators evaluated the risk for drug-related poisoning among OUD patients receiving gabapentin as an adjunctive medication alongside buprenorphine.
Researchers sought to assess how osteoarthritis and APOE-4 influence the accumulation of Aβ and tau accumulation in the primary motor and somatosensory regions in older adults who are Aβ+.
In a secondary analysis of SPRINT MIND, researchers assessed the prognostic value of systolic blood pressure time in target range on cognitive outcomes in adults with hypertension.
Researchers compared neurocognitive function among patients with vs without HIV infection.
Investigators assessed the link between prescription use of stimulant therapies for the treatment of ADHD and recreational use of these drugs among US secondary school students.
In a cross-sectional study, researchers compared sleep symptoms among participants who were interviewed in different seasons, and before and after the transition into daylight saving time and standard time.
Researchers investigated the effect of conditioned open-label placebo on methadone treatment, retention, withdrawal, and other measures.
Researchers assessed whether clinical severity and instability, during a 2-month period, were predictors of later risk for psychiatric hospitalization within the next 6 months.
Investigators examined a medical record review to assess primary care pediatricians’ prescribing practices of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors among children with anxiety or depression.
Researchers from Sweden compared the height of men with and without ADHD before and after ADHD medication availability.
This cross-sectional study assessed whether advanced practice clinicians have an effect on end-of-life care management in the setting of Alzheimer disease and related dementia.
A placebo-controlled study of smokers with MDD evaluated varenicline with vs without behavioral interventions for smoking cessation.
A retrospective study of several US national databases evaluated the association between regional reductions in opioid prescribing with a reduction in total suicide deaths and opioid-specific suicide overdose deaths.
Investigators surveyed adolescents and young adults with self-reported ADHD to determine what proportion already engage in tolerance breaks from their medication, and how often.
This study was designed to test the hypotheses that internalized transphobia associates with increased depression and anxiety whereas gender identity pride would moderate those associations.
In this study, clinical management comprised a maximum of 21 sessions of supportive therapy with basic advice and symptom monitoring and CBT comprised a maximum of 30 individual sessions lasting up to 50 minutes.
This study was designed to be a current snapshot of the prevalence of and trends in mental disorders among children aged 9 to 10 years in the US.
This systematic review and meta-analysis looked at psychotic experiences outside of psychotic disorders and their prevalence in society.
This decision analytical model study was designed to estimate the long-term clinical outcomes and costs of integrating addiction services into primary care.
As early identification of symptoms and appropriate severity stratification are important for illness management, the aim of this study was to evaluate current data on markers for instability in anorexia nervosa.
Given the ethnic and racial disparities in the US, researchers examined whether SDoH contributed to racial and ethnic disparities in cognition, health, and depression.
Patients with a primary diagnosis of cardiac arrest that did not occur in-hospital were evaluated for long-term cumulative mortality on the basis of depression or anxiety.
In this study, participants were followed for 2 years with the outcomes of interest being height, weight, cardiovascular health, and psychiatric outcomes.
For this study, predictors for engaging in self-harm and/or violence towards others at the ages of 16 and 22 years were evaluated.
With fears of climate change growing, this study examined whether higher temperatures increase suicide.
Researchers evaluated the change in sleep problems and their relationship with psychopathology symptoms during the transition from childhood to adolescence.
This study looked at whether the use of a firearm as a method of suicide increases as the amount of alcohol imbibed increases.
For this study in adults with OUD and insomnia receiving buprenorphine, investigators looked at whether women or men were more likely to be prescribed benzodiazepines.
In this study, risk for all-cause dementia was evaluated on the basis of focal epilepsy, stroke, and migraine status with cardiovascular risk, cognitive testing results, and magnetic resonance imaging data used as moderators of risk.
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