In a prospective, longitudinal study, researchers assessed the effect of demographics, pre-COVID-19 comorbidities, index COVID-19 hospitalization metrics, and life stressors on 6- and 12-month outcome metrics in adult patients post-COVID-19 hospitalization.
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Investigators in the US sourced data for this study from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health collected between 2015 and 2019.
Random Facebook users were invited to respond to a questionnaire about physical and mental health symptoms. Differences in anxiety, depression, and isolation were evaluated on the basis of profession and whether the individual worked in-person or remotely.
Investigators sourced data for this study from the US Poison Control Centers.
Investigators searched publication databases for studies evaluating depression and psychological outcomes among patients with enterostomy.
Researchers analyzed the relationship between alcohol consumption and outcomes in patients with alcohol-related cirrhosis.
Electronic health records from 77 health care organizations in the US were evaluated for a risk for endocarditis among patients with opioid use disorder or cocaine use disorder on the basis of contracting COVID-19.
In this analysis, individuals who participated in the survey were evaluated for stress, depressive mood, nervousness, and exhaustion.
Investigators sourced data for this study from Veteran’s Affairs claims.
Young adults were recruited from a university in China between 2020 and 2021 to receive high-intensity interval training, moderate-to-vigorous intensity continuous training, or control conditions for 12 weeks.
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