Patients with IBD, ‘higher social vulnerability' inadequately screened for mental health
DENVER - Depression was associated with higher social vulnerability in individuals with inflammatory bowel disease and was largely influenced by socioeconomic and minority...
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High Rates of Psychiatric Disorders in Patients With Alopecia Areata
Patients with alopecia areata had rates of anxiety and depression two to three times higher than the general population, and more than a third had suggestive symptoms...
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Loneliness Risk Elevated Among Young Cancer Survivors
The new analysis found that young adult cancer survivors also face an increased risk for depression, anxiety, and other health problems related to loneliness. Medscape Medical News
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TMS Tied to Antidepressant, Anxiolytic Effects in Anxious Depression
Transcranial magnetic stimulation is associated with reductions in both anxiety and depression scores in patients with both disorders, a large new analysis shows. Medscape...
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'Depression Circuit' Identified in MS Patients
The common coexistence of depression and multiple sclerosis may be explained in part by the involvement of a particular brain circuit, new research suggests. Medscape Medical News
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Could taking a depression pill prevent lasting agony of shingles?
Sitting in A&E, with piercing pain radiating across his forehead and his left eye, David Hadfield clutched his head, struggling to work out what was going wrong.
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Cognitive behavioral therapy plus cardiac rehab reduced patients' psychological distress
Cognitive behavioral therapy reduced depression and anxiety and improved heart-related quality of life and adherence among younger patients receiving cardiac rehabilitation...
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Young adults with depression and poor mental health more likely to develop cardiovascular disease
Young adults who feel down or depressed are more likely to develop cardiovascular disease and have poor heart health, according to a new study led by Johns Hopkins Medicine...
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Maternal mortality rates jumped from 2019 to 2020; racial and ethnic disparities persist
All-cause maternal mortality rates increased nearly 30% in the United States from 2019 to 2020, with racial and ethnic disparities evident across the board, according to the...
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Understanding Brain's Response to Chronic Stress!
Specific neurons in the brain are activated by chronic stress, causing behavioral disorders including the loss of pleasure and depression.
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US can expect fall, winter waves of COVID-19
The United States is moving into a dangerous period as it gets deeper into the fall and closer to winter, as speakers predicted another wave of COVID-19 to hit the country...
Brett White knocks out Origin rival
Brett White knocked out Queensland Maroons forward Steve Price in an iconic State of Origin brawl in 2009.
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The trends from 2022 that you should well and truly have left behind, and what you should replace them with.
The rip-out-your-heart role that Hugh Jackman wouldn't let go
The Australian star chased hard for a role in French director Florian Zeller's follow-up to the Oscar-winning drama The Father.
Working families face highest cost of living rises in 20 years
Charities have warned that increasing numbers of households are reaching crisis point with everyday expenses.
Side-effects and costs are important issues for users of HIV pre-exposure...
A new survey finds that men who would be potential users of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis medication prefer long-acting injections over pills, but rank side effects and costs as...
VIDEO: Mazzo on Octane MedTech Innovation Forum
In this Healio Video Perspective, Jim Mazzo, Octane chairman of the board, discusses his fireside chat with Joe Kiani, founder, chairman and CEO of Masimo, as well as...
People, vision essential to navigating operations in COVID-19 era
Mitigating the effects of operational disruptions caused by COVID-19 requires an ongoing focus on communication and organizational vision, according to a panel discussion at...
Agility key to innovation, success during COVID-19 pandemic
One panelist cited agility as the reason for his company's success through the COVID-19 pandemic and advised others to be nimble as well. “Agility is key,” Brad Oliver, Lumenis...
Telehealth eliminates barriers to mental health care
Therapists and clients have adopted telehealth delivery quickly during the pandemic. Despite its drawbacks, it has eliminated barriers to continuing or initiating therapy, a...