• Individuals with internalizing disorders have increased mortality risk

    1 month ago - By Healio

    Individuals with internalizing mental disorders had a significantly higher mortality rate compared with those without these disorders.
    This discovery highlights the utility of using a transdiagnostic internalizing factor when predicting mortality risk, according to Hyunsik Kim, PhD, assistant professor in the department of psychology at Sogang University in South Korea, and colleagues.
    “The significant interaction between internalizing and physical health indicates that the former dimension is more likely to have an effect on early death for currently physically healthy individuals,”
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  • Dissatisfaction with married life increases men's risk of death from stroke and premature mortality

    Dissatisfaction with married life increases men's risk of death from stroke and premature mortality

    1 month ago - By News Medical

    Dissatisfaction with married life raises the risk of dying from a cerebrovascular accident: A new Tel Aviv University study reveals that perceiving marriage as unsuccessful is a significant predictor of death from a CVA and premature death among men, no less that well-known risk factors such as smoking and lack of physical activity.
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