The negative impact on mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic has been greater for members of racial and ethnic minorities than for White individuals.
Individuals with severe mental illness or T2DM have increased levels of peripheral immune-inflammatory biomarkers, which may contribute to neurocognitive and social deficits.
Cumulative loneliness may be a risk factor for accelerated memory decline in older adults.
Social isolation and loneliness seem to be independent risk factors for cardiovascular and brain health, but data on mediating pathways are limited.
After the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the study authors decided to expand the study and allow for pre- and postpandemic comparisons.
There was an association for family stressors with problematic child media use during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many caregivers of patients with multiple myeloma (MM) report mental health challenges.
Weight gain in adults with obesity during the COVID-19 pandemic is associated with higher baseline body mass index deteriorations in mental health, maladaptive eating behaviors, and less physical activity and sleep.
The participants in this study were randomly assigned to receive virtual reality-based training or aerobic training or no intervention.
Investigators assessed how biologics affected the incidence of depression, anxiety, and suicidal risk in patients with severe asthma in a study conducted during the pandemic.