Stress and isolation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic are associated with psychosocial health problems among a diverse group of adolescents.
Overall, obesity increased between 2011 and 2020 for children of all races and ethnicities in the United States.
Children aged 9 to 13 years in the United States sleep an average of 7.45 hours/day.
Intervention targeting internal self-regulation and attentional pathways improves emotional regulation and behavior in at-risk students.
Researchers examined contributing factors for treatment nonadherence among adolescents hospitalized with Crohn disease.
Among adolescents, new-onset and worsened headaches during the COVID-19 pandemic were associated with significantly higher depression and general anxiety scores.
Presenting at AHS 2022, researchers determined the effect of generalized anxiety disorder on the responsiveness of BoNT-A treatment from pediatric patients with chronic migraine.
For this study adolescents with anxiety or OCD were recruited from 2 community mental health clinics in Norway.
Researchers used data from a European sample of teens from the IMAGEN Consortium study, which measured resting-state fMRI activity at age 14, 16, and 18.
Participants in this study were evaluated for sleep features using a combined heart rate and movement sensor and a subset of participants underwent semi-structured interviews to assess demographics and psychosocial measures.