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HealthDay Reports: COVID-19 Exacts Emotional Toll on Doctors

Mental Health Disorders Common Among ICU Staff During COVID-19

45 percent of respondents met threshold for probable clinical significance on measures of depression, PTSD, anxiety, problem drinking

Maintaining Exercise During Pandemic Aids Prenatal Mental Health

Findings based on an online survey of more than 1,800 pregnant women

Smoking Has Negative Effects for Patients With Psoriasis

Patients With Psoriasis Shoulder Substantial Psychological Burden

About half of patients from a university hospital dermatology department had evidence of mental health problems


Loneliness, Social Isolation Tied to Fall Risk in Older Adults

Finding similar regardless of self-reported falls or those requiring hospitalization

Working From Home May Negatively Impact Physical, Mental Health

Majority of at-home workers report new physical and mental health issues

Copy of Is Remission Possible If You Have Insomnia?

13 Percent of U.S. Adults Report Serious Psychological Distress During COVID-19

Pandemic-related disruptions to education, employment, finances tied to serious distress

COVID-19 Infection Higher Among Support Staff Than Doctors

Residential Care Community Characteristics Vary by Dementia Prevalence

Higher prevalence of depression, need for assistance with activities of daily living seen for high proportion of residents with dementia

Risk for Severe Disease Up for Pregnant Women With SARS-CoV-2

Mental Health Symptoms Common for Perinatal Women During COVID-19

Women with preexisting mental health diagnoses more likely to have mental health symptoms during pandemic

Outcomes Vary for Depression Collaborative Care Programs

Delirium Common in Seniors Presenting to ED With COVID-19

Delirium is the sixth most common presenting symptom/sign; delirium linked to ICU stay and death

Disparities Seen in Internet Access for Those With Chronic Conditions

Behavioral, Psych Condition Care Shifted to Telemedicine During COVID-19

Office-based visits decreased from before 2020 to during pandemic, but telemedicine visits increased in 2020 Q1, Q2