A group of researchers explored whether individuals who experienced ongoing discrimination had a higher risk for depression.
Researchers investigated whether preteens who don’t get 9 hours of sleep per night are more likely to experience depression, thought problems, and other neurocognitive issues.
The study authors explored whether exposure to opioids and benzodiazepines in emergency traumatic injury care is associated with long-term substance use and negative mental health outcomes.
Researchers assess depression and anxiety in children with visual impairment and investigate the role of strabismus surgery in improving mental health.
Evidence is lacking for an association between serotonin and depression.
Individuals with severe mental illness or T2DM have increased levels of peripheral immune-inflammatory biomarkers, which may contribute to neurocognitive and social deficits.
The researchers investigated whether lay home visitor-delivered intervention were effective at reducing perceived stress and depressive symptoms among postpartum women.
Researchers sought to investigate whether depression that presents after age 50 is associated with a genetic predisposition to AD.
Among patients with substance use disorder, researchers investigated whether early exposure to adverse childhood experiences may increase risk for psychotic experiences.
Researchers conducted a study of adults with dual diagnoses of psychiatric and substance use disorders which was published in Psychiatry Research.