The dimensional brain-behavioral associations could potentially serve as an imaging marker to index inter-individual differences in treatment responses.
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Recognizing anxiety and depression is important in PsA, as psychological well-being may contribute to disease activity.
This suggests that stratified diagnosis and treatment for PTSD patients are necessary in clinics.
Levels of anxiety and depression varied by disease, but special attention should be paid to patients with fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis.
The treatment improved electrophysiological measures of autonomic nervous system state and emotionally-modulated startle response.
Programs conducted in early stages of bipolar disorder to improve cognition and functioning may boost cognitive reserve and thus, help prevent cognitive decline.
Studying cognition deficits during the clinical high risk period allows researchers to observe cognitive defects before chronicity and long-term medication use obscure the core deficits.
We explore 3 initiatives that include guidelines and recommendations for CRNAs, physicians, and policymakers.
Patients with tension-type headaches had a significantly higher prevalence of anxiety and depression.
ASRA released a formal position statement requesting that the DEA reschedule marijuana.
Study results suggest continued study of arbaclofen for autism spectrum disorder.
The NIH is awarding more than 100 new grants to over 170 researchers at 60 institutions that will total more than $70 million.
The DEA’s plan to list kratom as a Schedule I controlled substance would make researching the possible opioid substitute much more difficult.
No application is currently available to connect carriers of naloxone with nearby opioid overdose victims.
Policy makers have prioritized increasing buprenorphine access to fight the opioid epidemic, but lack adequate information about how to do so effectively.
Researchers investigated the lasting effects of whole body hyperthermia (WBH) in the first randomized, double-blind, [placebo]-controlled study of WBH for the treatment of MDD.
Understanding distinct patterns of comorbid substance use may be more relevant to prevention and treatment than focusing on one individual substance.
While past studies have shown that younger siblings with an affected older sibling are at higher risk of autism, these findings have not been evaluated in a large, racially and ethnically diverse population.
So far, the clinical presentation of psychosis in childhood and adolescence has only been examined in a small number of studies which are limited by small sample sizes.
These findings challenge the dominance of CBT as the leading evidence-based psychological therapy for depression.
Veterans remain understudied in the field of eating disorders, possibly due to the misperception that men are not affected by them.
The Kupol study provides a unique platform to evaluate the association between different aspects of school and adolescent mental health.
Inflated DAS28 may indicate significant psychological morbidity and related non-inflammatory pain, rather than true rheumatoid arthritis disease activity.
Researchers found variation in the quality of responses to callers.
By taking better care of their health, researchers expect that LINKAGE participants will have better outcomes than usual care participants over time.
Approximately 40% of American college students engage in binge drinking at least once in the past 2 weeks.
Children with ADHD may adapt more poorly to changing positive reinforcements compared with typically developing children.
Autistic children are known to have increased rates of epilepsy, but many prior studies attempting to quantify these rates are small.
Administration time for cognitive assessment screenings is currently suboptimal in many clinical settings.
The risk of cardiovascular disease as a person’s depression improves or worsens has largely remained unknown.
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