Investigators studied the safety and efficacy of zuranolone, a neuroactive steroid γ-aminobutyric acid receptor-positive allosteric modulator, for women with postpartum depression.
Investigators assessed the effectiveness of a combined smoking cessation intervention involving expectant fathers.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused sustained effects among clinicians across personal, clinical, education, and research domains.
PAs, NPs, and other medical providers need to assess the health impact of high-impact policing on their patients and to advocate for change.
Age-related macular degeneration, diabetes-related eye disease, and cataract are associated with an increased risk for incident dementia.
Investigators assessed the impact of physician clinical knowledge on opioid prescribing habits following the shift in guideline recommendations away from opioid prescribing.
In a 10-year follow-up of AREDS 2 participants, symptoms of CBS were associated with late AMD and cataract surgery, but normal cognition.
Tailored text messages cut hookah tobacco smoking by nearly half.
Anxiety and depression in people with hyperparathyroidism may be related to levels of 2 key hormones in the body, according to researchers.
Investigators reviewed the connection between communication skills and patient satisfaction and offered recommendations for improving the patient-provider relationship.
Visual treatments may provide modifiable risk factor for dementia.
There is an association for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder with Alzheimer disease and any dementia across generations.
Can the continuation of pimavanserin help with managing dementia-related psychosis? Researchers report on the findings of the phase 3 HARMONY trial.
Researchers performed a secondary analysis of the AFFINITY trial that assessed the effects of fluoxetine treatment on depression symptoms in patients who recently had a stroke.
Depression in multiple sclerosis (MS) may increase the risks for incident vascular disease and mortality, and the effects of depression and MS on all-cause mortality appear to be synergistic.
The incidence of opioid-associated cardiac arrest increased significantly from 2012 to 2018, according to a study presented at the European Society of Cardiology Congress 2021: The Digital Experience.
In 2020, 31.6 million U.S. persons of all ages (9.7 percent) were uninsured, which was slightly, but not significantly, lower than in 2019.
Severe atopic dermatitis is associated with symptoms of depression and internalizing behaviors throughout childhood.
Compared with nonpharmacologic approaches, research consistently supports the benefits of medication for opioid use disorder, including fewer deaths, higher rates of sustained recovery, and greater cost-effectiveness.
Investigators installed GPS data loggers with custom software in participants’ vehicles to see if driving performance could predict preclinical Alzheimer disease.
Investigators assessed the presence and predictive relationship of hypervigilance and symptom-specific anxiety in patients with eosinophilic esophagitis.
Doctors, nurses, and pharmacists are highly trusted by most Americans, a new survey shows.
Investigators assessed the variability in effect of treatment over time among patients with mild cognitive impairment or dementia.
Preterm and early-term births are associated with an increased risk for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) among boys and girls.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released a policy statement and an accompanying clinical report on identifying and addressing the effects of trauma and stress on children, families, and their health care providers.
There is substantial variation by state in reducing uninsurance for Black, Hispanic, and low-income Americans under the Affordable Care Act.
A review by Ebrahimi and colleagues, and an interview with Beth Cohen, MD, highlights the possible mechanisms driving the association between posttraumatic stress disorder and cardiovascular disease, and the need for screening and treatment options for these patients.
An editorial published in the Journal of Sleep Research highlighted recent findings on sleep disturbances in the ICU, the impact shift-scheduling rules have on shift workers’ sleep, and the link between prenatal maternal sleep, long-term anxiety, and depression.
About 20 percent of older adults reported worsening in their mental health since the start of the pandemic.
Investigators examined the relationship between maternal prepregnancy BMI status and autism spectrum disorder and developmental disorders in offspring.
Posttraumatic stress disorder is common and severe following sexual assault.
Researchers investigated the associations of ADHD pharmacotherapy with externalizing symptoms and childhood suicidality.
Study researchers investigated the genetic overlap between ADHD and autism to determine if shared gene variants may provide insight into treatment targets.
About 9 percent of high school students in California have heard of heated tobacco products (HTPs), and 0.67 percent have ever tried HTPs.
A literature search produced a consensus of effective strategies for screening, assessment, and management of depression in patients with cancer.
In their Public Opinion Poll, the APA collected information from 1000 US adults aged 18 and over between March 26, 2021, and April 5, 2021.
Within individual health systems, Black and White patients receive markedly different opioid doses.
Researchers conducted a meta-analysis of nearly 42,000 individuals with bipolar disorder and more than 370,000 control group participants.
Researchers studied the impact of obesity and metabolic syndrome on sleep-disordered breathing and/or sleep duration in a group of Hispanic and Latino adults who had experienced cognitive decline.
This was a study protocol for a phase II pilot feasibility study that will assess the feasibility of ketamine for depression in patients with advanced life-limiting illnesses.
Altered phosphorylation patterns of some proteins may have implications for sporadic Alzheimer disease.
Researchers conducted a randomized clinical trial to determine whether targeted messaging could improve the return to in-person visits during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A study was undertaken to examine the acceptability, feasibility, and preliminary clinical outcomes of a smoking cessation intervention for individuals who are incarcerated.
We interview experts Younghoon Kwon, MD, MS, FACC, and Richard J Castriotta, MD, FCCP, FAASM, about the connections between obstructive sleep apnea-sudden cardiac death.
One of the objectives of this study was to examine how early childhood factors at the individual-, parental-, and family-level predict pain trajectories.
There is a significant association between cognitive decline and both bone loss and fracture risk, independent of aging, in community-dwelling, older women.
The mean amount of medical debt is greater among individuals who live in the South and in ZIP codes in the lowest income deciles.
The researchers’ primary goal was to summarize existing evidence about daily associations between sleep and physical activity outcomes at inter- and intra-individual levels in adults.
The researchers evaluated how an opioid restriction law in Florida affected the use of prescription NSAIDs.
The researchers strove to develop and validate a computerized adaptive diagnostic (CAD) screener and computerized adaptive test (CAT) for PTSD symptom severity.
In a systematic review and meta-analysis, researchers assessed the effect of nurse-led care on fatigue in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.