The risk for mental disorders increased after severe infections requiring hospitalizations in children.
A set of characteristics of nonmedical use of prescription opioids in adolescents may help identify youth at high risk for substance use disorder, including opioid misuse, in early midlife.
Despite the reduction in the ability to exercise free will associated with substance use disorders and the severity of these disorders, pregnancy appears to have protective effects.
Peer victimization may be an important modifiable factor in improving the developmental course among children.
Recent evidence suggests that early sudden improvements have lasting effects and occur in most patients receiving antidepressants.
Researchers evaluated the relationship between pediatric subthreshold bipolar disorder and significant psychiatric impairments and increased rates of suicidality.
A substantial proportion of adolescent and young adults receiving opioids for dental procedures may be at higher risk for later opioid use and abuse.
Researchers sought to determine whether neuroticism significantly contributes to higher anxiety and anhedonia and further studied whether cognitive control leads to lower anxiety.
Study data found that a single 60-minute interview session may be sufficient for capturing obsessive-compulsive symptoms in youth.
Investigators sought to compare differences in clinical characteristics between patients with mania and those with bipolar disorder I.
Altered glucose uptake in certain key regions in the brain may serve as a potential biomarker for key features in bipolar disorder.
Investigators observed whole-brain gray matter volumetric changes after treating patients with treatment-resistant depression with bi-temporal stimulation or right unilateral electroconvulsive therapy.
Researchers investigated subgroup responses to long-acting injectable medications haloperidol decanoate and paliperidone palmitate.
Per study data published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, investigators hypothesized that the correlation between higher Frailty Index scores and increased caregiver burden was partially mediated by increased behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia.