Researchers conducted a study of adults with dual diagnoses of psychiatric and substance use disorders which was published in Psychiatry Research.
The researchers sought to examine whether inflammation and white matter microstructure play a role in treatment response in major depressive disorder.
Researchers sought to assess whether handgrip strength was associated with a higher risk for dementia, poorer neuroimaging outcomes, and a decline in cognitive function in men and women.
Social isolation and loneliness seem to be independent risk factors for cardiovascular and brain health, but data on mediating pathways are limited.
The monoclonal antibodies cinpanemab and prasinezumab show almost no benefit for early Parkinson disease.
Fraud victimization in older adults is associated with high blood pressure.
Discrimination in the health care system is an important barrier to advance care planning for sexual and gender-minority (SGM) people.
A cross-sectional family study sought to determine if parents’ transmission of anxiety is sex specific.
Previous studies have connected high brain iron levels with Alzheimer disease, thus researchers examined if there is an association with brain iron levels and heavy alcohol use.
Researchers assessed the temporal relationship between alcohol use and self-reported health status among men and women with HIV infection.