Researchers investigated early childhood social-emotional functioning and mental health condition development.
A recent study highlights the potential protective role of positive well-being against depression in people with autism spectrum disorder.
Participants who reported chronic headaches were found likely to develop migraines.
In older adults, the association between depressive symptoms and mortality is not influenced by the presence of cardiovascular disease.
Investigators examined Theory of Mind performance in patients with bipolar disorder, along with the relationship between “Eyes Reading” ability and neurocognitive impairment.
Investigators sought to determine the prevalence of psychotic features in patients with major depressive disorder.
Cognitive delays and poor academic performance are negative outcomes associated with excessive screen time.
Compared with controls, eHealth interventions were found to be associated with significantly lower anxiety scores for women during the perinatal period.
There is considerable race/ethnicity and income-level variation in the opioid epidemic.
Patients with dementia had decreased ability for self-monitoring, probably as a result of impairments of the insula and orbitofrontal cortex.
Gender variance may not be unique to autism spectrum disorder populations and may also occur in other clinical populations.
Researchers identified current gaps in aging and diversity research and identified future directions that research should take.
Acupuncture resulted in a significant improvement in sleep measures for veterans with mild traumatic brain injuries, disturbed sleep, and posttraumatic stress disorder.
Data from two Phase 3 studies evaluating brexpiprazole for the treatment of patients with manic episodes associated with bipolar I disorder did not meet the primary endpoint of statistical separation from placebo as measured by the Young Mania Rating Scale at week 3.
From 2017 to 2018, there was an increase in any tobacco use, especially electronic cigarette use, for high school and middle school students.
Brain-derived neurotrophic factor levels may improve understanding of the neural mechanisms underlying refractory depression.
Curbside consults are commonplace in both hospital and ambulatory settings.
About half of the estimated 16.5 percent of U.S. children with a treatable mental health disorder do not receive needed treatment from a mental health professional.
Investigators aimed to determine the number of women who came to a treatment decision using the shared decision-making tool.
Chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS) is associated with incidence of depression and anxiety.
Certain opioids are less effective for postoperative pain in patients taking selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor antidepressants.
A 2-week vacation may be essential to your health as a practicing physician.
Physician-mothers who care for seriously ill children, spouses, or parents have higher rates of burnout and mood disorders.
Researchers call for improvements in adolescent mental health services and connecting vulnerable adolescents with delinquency-reduction programs targeting self-control and self-regulation.
Trazodone is not associated with a reduced risk for dementia compared with other antidepressants at the prodromal stage of disease.
If approved by the FDA, an esketamine nasal spray would provide a new mechanism of action for treating treatment-resistant depression.
Heart rate variability factors may predict therapeutic response in patients with major depressive disorder and panic disorder.
General impairment in cognition is a feature of first-degree relatives of family members with major depressive disorder.
Findings validate a potential protective relationship between physical activity and depression and indicate the need for objective measurement of physical activity in mental health studies.
The US Preventive Services Task Force concluded that providing or referring pregnant or postpartum women to counseling has a moderate net benefit in preventing perinatal depression.
Few adolescents meet sleep, physical activity, and screen-time guidelines concurrently.
The FDA has issued a Complete Response Letter to Alkermes regarding the New Drug Application for ALKS 5461, an investigational adjunctive treatment for major depressive disorder.
The association between chronic and disabling hip pain, and obesity and depression was examined.
Participating in physical activity for 150 min/wk at moderate-to-vigorous intensity may protect older adults with symptoms of depression from cognitive decline.
Physicians who receive direct pharmaceutical payments for opioid prescribing prescribe more opioids, especially hydrocodone and oxycodone.
Improving clinic capacity to respond to patients’ social needs may reduce primary care physician burnout.
Current or recent exposure to benzodiazepines and related drugs may increase the risk for pneumonia.
The suicide rate among physicians far exceeds that of the general population.
A combination of an opiate receptor antagonist with ketamine may reduce addiction risk in patients with depression.
Caution may be needed before adapting to the use of accelerated repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation as a new standard treatment for major depressive disorder and treatment-resistant depression.
Research demonstrates the benefits of early adoption and underlines the importance of improved support for children in foster care.
Investigators believe that self-guided internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy may increase accessibility to mental health treatment in patients with depressive symptoms.
Meta-analysis data suggest a correlation between fatigue and depression in postpartum mothers, although study heterogeneity limits the strength of this association.
This rise in prescribing of prescription opioids in the last 2 decades of the 20th century occurred at a time during which medical professionals were urged to resort to prescription opioids to manage untreated and chronic noncancer pain.
A shortage of the anti-anxiety drug buspirone in the United States has patients and doctors concerned.
Interventions targeting motor activity and energy may be more efficacious than current approaches targeting depressed mood in adults with bipolar disorder.
For internal medicine interns, depressive symptoms increase during internship, with poor faculty feedback and inpatient learning experience associated with increased depressive symptoms.
Investigators aimed to assess whether anxiety symptoms predict cognitive decline and mortality in older adults with a mental health diagnosis.
Is the risk of depression or self-harm greater in women who have experienced complications following transvaginal mesh midurethral sling placement?
Between 2016 and 2017, the mean paid childbearing leave for faculty physicians at 12 top United States medical schools was just 8.6 weeks.