Retrospective analysis was conducted to assess the presence of A faecalis infection, extensively drug-resistant A faecalis infection, and the susceptibility of commonly used antibiotics for the treatment of A faecalis and XDR A faecalis.
Researchers performed a systematic review of PubMed literature until May2020 including clinical sequencing studies that utilized next-generation sequencing (NGS) in individuals with epilepsy, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), or intellectual disability (ID).
This study aimed to evaluate changes in sleep during the COVID-19 outbreak, and used data-driven approaches to identify distinct profiles of changes in sleep-related behaviors. Demographic, behavioral and psychological factors associated with sleep changes were also investigated.
The study authors evaluated whether psychosis transition can be predicted in patients with clinical high-risk or recent-onset depression using multimodal machine learning that integrates clinical and neurocognitive data, structural magnetic resonance imaging, and polygenic risk scores for schizophrenia.
Researchers conducted a population-based, longitudinal cohort study of data from adolescent participants in the IMAGEN Study, seeking to identify early associations with the development of eating disorders.
Cognitive behavioral therapy is the first line treatment for insomnia, but studies have reported potential negative effects. This review aims to understand the extent to which adverse events are monitored for and reported in trial literature.
Patients with fibromyalgia suffer from chronic pain, which limits physical activity and is associated with disturbed sleep. However, the relationship between physical activity, pain, and sleep is unclear.
Expert consensus statements regarding the use and tapering of oral corticosteroids may be used to help inform treatment in clinical practice and to optimize the management of patients with severe asthma.
While the global pandemic is obviously stressful for everyone, the impact of factors related to the family unit and other protective psychosocial factors that could produce resilient or psychopathological results in college students has not been sufficiently assessed nor differentiated by gender.
Reduced slow-wave activity during non-rapid eye movement sleep and low sleep efficiency, both of which sleep assessments can measure, may be part of biomarkers that forecast the rate of cortical β-amyloid deposition in the brain.