Analyzing personality characteristics and risk behaviors of youth who use synthetic cannabinoids may prevent addiction and adverse effects associated with drug use.
Previous research indicated that estradiol and testosterone were linked to depression in adolescent girls, as opposed to testosterone alone.
Infants who have multiple moderate-to-severe regulatory problems have increased odds of experiencing mental health problems during childhood.
Preventive strategies to reduce cannabis use among youth are needed, as adolescent cannabis consumption is associated with increased risk for depression and suicidal behavior later in life.
Social media use does not predict later depressive symptoms among adolescents or college undergraduates.
A psychoeducational social support intervention involving youth-nominated caring adults, was associated with reduced mortality in suicidal adolescents.
In evaluating the efficacy of tolerability of psychotropic medications, SSRIs appeared to be the most effective option in treating pediatric anxiety.
Researchers investigated early childhood social-emotional functioning and mental health condition development.
Cognitive delays and poor academic performance are negative outcomes associated with excessive screen time.
From 2017 to 2018, there was an increase in any tobacco use, especially electronic cigarette use, for high school and middle school students.