Adjusted suicide mortality rates increased from 1.7 to 4.2 per 100,000 female youths from 1999 to 2017.
Children with selective mutism who participated in parent-child interaction therapy showed significant gains in speaking behaviors; teachers and parents also reported improvements in child anxiety.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) are effective psychological treatments that may be used to reduce suicidal risk among adults.
A review of research reveals that a while ketogenic diet may hold some promise for individuals with mental health disorders, additional studies are necessary.
Findings show long-term impact, regardless of current oral contraception use in adulthood.
Seasons of professional play and playing position in NFL linked to cognition-related quality of life.
Researchers evaluated survey results to determine the prevalence and impact of perceived bullying during residency.
Weight loss amount similar for women taking and not taking psychiatric medications.
Variables that significantly contributed to functional outcomes in bipolar disorder included a history of psychotic symptoms followed by depression and executive functioning and verbal memory.
Higher rates of bipolar disorder, major depression linked to poor air quality in US, Denmark cohorts.
Researchers sought to identify the potential influence of stress-related psychiatric disorders and stressful life events on cancer-specific mortality in women with cervical cancer.
Odds of having at least one mental health problem greater for GM vs cisgender students.
Degree of severity can influence link between TBI and risk for suicide, risk for suicide by firearm.
Social problems were related to subclinical delusions but not subclinical hallucinations in a representative adolescent population.
Depression in adolescence, a rising concern, might be influenced by television and social media exposure.
Older adults reporting passive suicidal ideation may not be depressed, but may be experiencing worse health and functioning.
Researchers found data that showed, after a 10-year period, a slight decline for the intelligence quotient of patients with schizophrenia.
Collaborative care led by a nurse-physician team with web-based self-management better than self-management alone.
Associations were observed between sexting and sexual activity, multiple sexual partners, anxiety/depression, and substance use in adolescents.
Chronic disease burden and baseline symptom severity were identified as consistent risk factors for negative depression trajectories in older adults.