An increased risk of low-functioning autism occurred in children whose parents migrated from regions with a low human development index during pregnancy.
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Substance abuse has a strong effect on the age of onset of motor symptoms in Huntington’s disease.
Prevention of repeated suicide attempts was most effective with prompt recontact of patients.
Researchers have assessed the questionnaire’s ability to identify binge eating disorder.
Substance use disorder is a treatable, chronic medical condition.
Effective methods to curb smoking during pregnancy include counseling, feedback, and monetary incentives.
Depression mediates the effects of sex and socioeconomic deprivation on the risk of developing epilepsy.
Schizophrenia was associated with 13 to 15 years of potential life lost.
Results indicate a need for providers to ask depressed patients about their marijuana use.
Factors contributing to the reduction in postpartum depression include fewer teen pregnancies, fewer preterm births, and increased use of antidepressants.
Participants in the risperidone group were generally more likely to achieve a significant clinical improvement in their mental state.
There is a need for an accurate tool that is quick to use and easy to implement to diagnose depression in dementia.
Utilizing CPAP is thought to promote consolidation of emotional memory, which may assist in recovery from traumatic events.
This trial indicates that in most cases, youth who are diagnosed with PTSD 2 to 6 months after the initial trauma are likely to require treatment.
Head impacts in soccer are independently associated with moderate to very severe central nervous system (CNS) symptoms.
Researchers profiled which young people may do well after first-episode psychosis without medication.
These study results indicate that early intervention with low doses of metformin in patients with few metabolic abnormalities may be beneficial.
Methods to prevent depression could help reduce the disease burden for both affected persons and society.
Targeting negative symptoms in patients with schizophrenia may be more effective in improving patients’ QoL.
Inability to interpret facial expressions may exacerbate psychotic symptoms, either indirectly via social defeat or directly by creating confusing interpersonal experiences.
Anything that has the potential to disturb the serotonin signaling process has the potential to result in a wide variety of malformations.
Patients with pain and depression are more likely to have cognitive impairment.
Altered reward sensitivity may be an indicator of depression in preschool-aged children.
Continued symptom improvement and meaningful recovery are possible in anorexia nervosa beyond the first decade of follow-up.
Childhood emotional abuse may directly lead to the development of migraine in young adults.
Group psychoeducation is a low-cost psychological intervention with specific clinical benefits in early bipolar disorder, if the focus of care is preventing future mania relapse and improving self-management, interpersonal function, and support.
Because much of the previous research in this subject area has focused on the suicide risk of one disorder, little is known about risk of suicide across multiple disorders or in general medical conditions with psychiatric comorbidities.
Better management of cardiovascular risk factors and higher levels of education may have contributed to this improvement.
RA patients’ mental health may impact long-term RA outcomes; therefore, ongoing monitoring and treatment is important.
No studies to date have evaluated psychotherapy approaches in people with lupus and comorbid depression.
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