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Intimate Partner Violence Early in Pandemic Affected Mental Health

Experiencing intimate partner violence early in pandemic associated with higher endorsement of depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress symptoms

No Consistent Link Found Between β-Blockers, Psychiatric Outcomes

Periods of β-blocker treatment linked to reduced risk for psychiatric hospitalization, increased risks for suicidal behavior

School-Based Intervention Cuts Psychotic Experiences in Teens

Intervention included combination of school-based screening for psychopathology and subsequent referral

Behavioral Signs Predict Treatment Outcomes for Cervical Radiculopathy

Negative epidural corticosteroid injection outcomes seen for regional disturbances and overreaction

CDC: Teen Girls Experiencing Increasing Levels of Sadness

Almost 60 percent of girls, almost 70 percent of LBGQ+ students experienced feelings of persistent sadness or hopelessness in past year

One in Four Children With ED Mental Health Visit Have Return Visits

Following emergency department discharge, 31.2 and 55.8 percent of children had outpatient visit within seven and 30 days, respectively

Mental Health Concerns Increasingly Addressed at Primary Care Visits

Black patients and Hispanic patients 40 percent less likely to have mental health concern addressed than Whites and non-Hispanics, respectively

Long-Term Air Pollution Exposure Tied to Higher Depression, Anxiety Risk

Findings significant and similar for fine particulate matter, nitrogen dioxide, and nitric oxide

Social Isolation, Loneliness Increase Risk for New Heart Failure

Loneliness still increases risk even if individual is not socially isolated

Uncomplicated Urinary Tract Infections Put Significant Burden on U.S. Women

Significant negative impacts seen on activity, productivity, cost, and health-related quality of life