Researchers assessed whether depression in the presence or absence of previous GI symptoms is associated with a future diagnosis of IBD.
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Investigators assessed the factors associated with medication treatment for opioid use disorder and whether it is linked to hepatic decompensation or death in patients with cirrhosis and active opioid use disorder.
Investigators aimed to determine whether a higher number of psychological comorbidities at baseline would exacerbate IBS prognosis in patients with Rome IV-defined IBS.
Investigators aimed to describe trends in hospitalization among patients with comorbid chronic liver diseases and substance use disorders.
Study researchers assessed sleep microstructure in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Study demonstrates the impact of lifestyle factors on the inflammatory condition.
A team of investigators conducted a Delphi study to provide evidence-based guidance to clinicians about management and care of patients with serious illnesses who misuse opioids or have opioid use disorder.
Investigators studied longer-term treatment with an integrated intervention with psychosocial counseling and supported referrals for antiretroviral therapy and substance use treatment.
This prospective cohort study assessed whether PD-related brain metabolic patterns may be used as biomarkers in isolated REM sleep behavior disorder.
The STOP-Bang Questionnaire may be an effective tool in screening patients with multiple sclerosis for moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea.
Patients perception of poor sleep differ from EEG-reported results.
Strategies to encourage better distribution of advanced practice psychiatric nurses to lower-resourced areas must be developed to address the workforce shortages.
Women with a history of bulimia nervosa are at 4 times the risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
How much do streamlined autism spectrum disorder diagnostic models benefit primary care clinics in rural and underserved communities?
Watching television and playing video games can negatively affects academic performance, but overall screen time was not associated with poor academic performance.
Investigators compared the efficacy and tolerability of 32 oral antipsychotic agents for the acute treatment of multi-episode schizophrenia in adults.
The association between disease activity and emotional processing biases may play a role in the higher rates of depression in patients with inflammatory bowel disease.
Depression in adolescence, a rising concern, might be influenced by television and social media exposure.
Is the risk of depression or self-harm greater in women who have experienced complications following transvaginal mesh midurethral sling placement?
Electrical stimulation of the amygdala may boost declarative memory without influencing an emotional response.
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