Researchers evaluated the relationship between OUD history and physical therapy initiation for low back pain.
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This study estimated trends of annual antipsychotic medication use by privately insured young children and described clinical and treatment characteristics of these children.
Data in this survey were collected from behavioral health care providers throughout New York State
With current treatments having limited effectiveness and adherence, researchers looked at psilocybin with psychological support to produce an antidepressant effect.
A nationally representative sample of Americans completed measures of the Dark Tetrad as well as perceptions of COVID-19 threat, emergency beliefs, and positive and negative affect in response to COVID-19.
This study looks at the associations between neighborhood poverty, child cognitive performance, and brain structure after accounting for household level poverty?
Investigators looked into the risks of receiving disability services after a first diagnosis of mood or common mental disorder.
Investigators seek to identify the prevalence of sleep disorders and estimate the cross-sectional association between sleep disorders and burnout symptoms among faculty and staff in a large teaching hospital system.
Investigating the effects of the COVID -19 pandemic on sleep quality across different levels of pre-pandemic sleep complaints and as a function of affect and worry.
A recent study showed that COVID-19 quarantining has led to people going to bed later, getting up earlier, and getting lower quality sleep, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on patients with narcolepsy has not yet been determined.
This study is the first to prospectively examine the impact of an extreme drinking episode on the brain morphometry of emerging adults.
A study suggests prenatal cannabis exposure and its correlated factors are associated with greater risk for psychopathology during middle childhood.
This study provides an empirical examination of coping motive pathways to alcohol problems during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.
To evaluate the period prevalence, demographics, symptoms, management, and survival outcomes of COVID-19 in psychiatric inpatients, data from 344 patients in 5 London mental health NHS Trusts who were ≥65 years of age or had dementia were analyzed.
In order to investigate the risk of psychiatric disease, the percentage of psychiatric hospital inpatient and outpatient contacts, and the receipt of prescribed psychiatric medications among patients in Denmark with Lyme neuroborreliosis was compared with individuals in a matched comparison cohort.
Adolescent sleep deficiency as an increased future risk for prescription opioid misuse was examined in a large nationally, representative database designed to track health behaviors and outcomes from adolescence to early adulthood.
A committee of 10 sleep clinicians developed a set of 16 consensus questions, conducted a comprehensive literature search, and extensively discussed potential diagnostic criteria.
Examining the risk of future dementia associated with overall alcohol consumption and
alcohol-induced loss of consciousness amongst current drinkers.
The COVID-19 pandemic and the policies to contain it are pervasive, but the effects on depression symptoms are largely unknown.
There are concerns exist that the use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors increases the risk of developing type 2 diabetes in adults, but the evidence for children and adolescents is limited.
Researchers conducted a retrospective study to assess self-injury behavior in patients with bipolar disorder and comorbid ADHD after initiation of a central stimulant.
Researchers conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis to assess the incidence and predictors of psychosis relapse in individuals receiving treatment with antipsychotic agents.
Behavioral management of chronic pain may improve addiction treatment outcomes.
A review of the diagnostic criteria and multi-disciplinary management approach for skin-centered body dysmorphic disorder and excoriation disorder is provided.
Dulaglutide reduces binge eating behaviors in patients with type 2 diabetes and binge eating disorder and may be a preferred treatment for this group.
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