The findings suggest that factors such as antipsychotic treatment, diet, or lifestyle may contribute to weight gain in patients with long-term disease.
Researchers looked at data for 18,318 physicians who received opioid use disorder medication promotions, totaling $9.6 million during the study period.
Hospitals caring for neighborhoods with high levels of disadvantage may have lower hospital ratings due to social risk factors (SRFs) in the community.
Survey data published in JAMA Neurology indicate that approximately half of US adults perceive themselves to be at least somewhat likely to develop dementia.
In boys but not girls, reduced sleep duration at age 8 and 10 years predicted the development of behavioral disorder symptoms 2 years later.
The study authors noted that the pattern of poor mental health trajectories in older adults is mirrored in younger adults, ages 35 to 59 years, suggesting that these trends may be related to declining economic opportunity in the late 2000s.
Among U.S. adults with a high school education or less, an increase in the state-level minimum wage may reduce the suicide rate.
Incidence risk ratios for adults varied from 2.94 in the lowest to 4.46 in the highest income deciles.
The prevalence of mental distress is 16.8% and the prevalence of depression is 32.1% among adults with arthritis.
Yoga has a positive effect on the structure and/or function of various brain regions and networks, including the default mode network.