Self-esteem improved after 5 years in surgical group, but no improvement seen in overall mood.
Peer-delivered program tied to improvements in quality of life, physical activity, pain.
Alcohol-attributable death rates were highest in Eastern Europe, sub-Saharan Africa, and countries with low human development indices (HDIs). Across countries, alcohol use disproportionately affected young people and men.
Twenty-nine percent of women met criteria for posttraumatic stress one month after pregnancy loss.
In an analysis of polygenic risk scores, the researchers identified significant overlap between anxiety and major depressive disorder, as well as PTSD.
Depression severity was correlated with dietary quality in patients who reported appetite loss.
TBI injury risk up for quetiapine vs risperidone users.
Anna S. Urrila, MD and colleagues sought to explore whether sleep symptoms in adolescents with MDD were associated with long-term outcomes.
Results published in JAMA Network Open suggest that physicians with positive screening for depressive symptoms were at higher risk for making medical errors.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Wakix for the treatment of excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS) in adult patients with narcolepsy.
Study also shows declining perception of cannabis use-related risks.
While claims about the benefits of Vivitrol were clearly presented in the ad, serious risks, such as vulnerability to opioid overdose, were not communicated.
Strategies to encourage better distribution of advanced practice psychiatric nurses to lower-resourced areas must be developed to address the workforce shortages.
The researchers sought to address the large population receiving mental healthcare in primary care settings; many studies focus instead on patients in mental health services and psychiatric settings.
No serious, long-lasting side effects seen for treatment of resistant depression.
The root cause of readmission was illness-related in 73.2% of cases, while environment of care/family factors and systems of care factors each accounted for 13.4% of cases.
Researchers sought to assess long-term effects of a primary care management intervention on outcomes of sepsis survivors.
Bidirectional association seen between depressive symptoms and medical errors.
The authors of the meta-analysis caution that mental illness should be taken seriously nonetheless, adding that better treatment availability and awareness may account for some of the perception of increased prevalence.
Women with a history of bulimia nervosa are at 4 times the risk of developing cardiovascular disease.