Investigators surveyed adolescents and young adults with self-reported ADHD to determine what proportion already engage in tolerance breaks from their medication, and how often.
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A placebo-controlled study of smokers with MDD evaluated varenicline with vs without behavioral interventions for smoking cessation.
As early identification of symptoms and appropriate severity stratification are important for illness management, the aim of this study was to evaluate current data on markers for instability in anorexia nervosa.
This study looked at whether youth with ADHD, following 24-HMB recommendations, were less likely to have difficulty concentrating, remembering, or making decisions and making or keeping friends.
In this study, participants were followed for 2 years with the outcomes of interest being height, weight, cardiovascular health, and psychiatric outcomes.
For this study in adults with OUD and insomnia receiving buprenorphine, investigators looked at whether women or men were more likely to be prescribed benzodiazepines.
Researchers identify 2 major risk factors for bipolar disorder in adulthood.
Investigators searched publication databases through June 2021 for studies evaluating the efficacy of group-based PTSD interventions in the pediatric setting.
In this study, participants underwent cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) testing using the 6-minute walk test and perceived CRF was evaluated by asking participants what they thought their current aerobic fitness level was.
A study was conducted to determine the effects of switching or augmenting antidepressant therapy in adults with treatment-resistant depression.
Data about grade point averages during transitions from early, intermediate, and upper compulsory education and to vocational or university education were sourced from population-based registers in Sweden.
Researchers evaluated the effect of traumatic events, including PTSD, on treatment adherence and outcomes in eating disorders.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, ED visits for attempted suicide and suicidal ideation increased, while no clear trend in the rates of ED visit for self-harm were observed.