Researchers searched for protective effects in gut microbiota from the pathogenesis of major depressive disorder.
All articles by Jessica Nye, PhD
Researchers discuss the potential mechanisms of entry of COVID-19 viral pathogen invasion of the CNS, including hematogenous and transneuronal spread, and how it relates to COVID-19.
Researchers investigated whether a school-based screening and brief intervention program would be associated with a smaller increase in cannabis and e-cigarette use among those attending middle and high school.
Researchers examined the association between patterns of physical and mental activities and dementia, and whether it can be modified among individuals with higher disease susceptibility.
Investigators searched for compelling evidence to support anxiolytic effects from exercise among adults with anxiety- or stress-related disorders.
Researchers investigated whether memantine was be effective and safe for the treatment of autism spectrum disorder and/or obsessive-compulsive disorder among children and adolescents.
Investigators sought to determine if quarantining had a significant beneficial effect on suicide deaths during the initial phase of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Researchers investigated whether developmentally adapted cognitive processing therapy (D-CPT) may be beneficial for adolescents and young adults with abuse-related PTSD.
Investigators studied whether harmonizing depression scales into ordinal categories was feasible and if statistical power among older patients was lost.
Results of a study supported growing evidence that elective deliveries should be delayed to ≥39 weeks’ gestation to reduce risk for ADHD.