Chronic disease burden and baseline symptom severity were identified as consistent risk factors for negative depression trajectories in older adults.
With proper guidance, primary care physicians can screen, diagnose, and treat depression.
Risk for death higher even with depression remission vs never experiencing depression.
Short-term cognitive behavioral therapy helpful for treating a range of internet addictions.
The risk for mental illness was 51% greater in youth with physical illness compared with US youth without chronic physical health conditions.
Most common effects include agitation, tachycardia, drowsiness, vomiting, confusion.
Emotional recognition bias may partially mediate the link between IBD activity and depression.
In large trial and literature review, benefit seen for depression but not anxiety symptoms.
Benzodiazepine monotherapy continues to be used to treat depression despite American Psychiatric Association guidelines, and even in cases of concomitant opioid use.
Women have slightly longer inpatient hospitalizations for bipolar disorder-related symptoms, although factors such as psychotropic treatment and comorbid personality disorders mitigate the results.
Peer victimization may negatively affect mood and pain and may limit activity in youths with chronic pain.
A lack of belief in the value of medication and the number of previous hospitalizations also predict hospitalization in first-episode psychosis.
Both pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic interventions are available for treatment-resistant major depressive disorder in primary care.
Abnormal neuropsychiatric genetic variants should not be assumed to have an etiologic role if observed in a patient with schizophrenia.
More frequent manic/mixed and depressive episodes were associated with an increased risk for Parkinson disease.
More than 90% of respondents indicated that the program met their learning needs and expectations.
Findings based on long-term follow-up from 18th week of pregnancy to 18 years postnatal.
More than half of those who misused prescription opioids in 2012 to 2014 were binge drinkers.
A cognitive behavioral therapy-based intervention was associated with reductions in conduct problems, suicidality, and emotional symptoms in high-risk adolescents.
Findings of the study revealed that the frequency of adverse events compared with placebo was statistically similar in patients receiving SSRIs but was higher in patients taking SNRIs.