Low-dose naltrexone, in conjunction with single-day buprenorphine dosing and adjunctive nonopioid medications, is safe, effective and tolerable for introducing adults with opioid dependence to extended-release injection naltrexone (XR-naltrexone), a recent study has found.
Absenteeism among patients with chronic constipation appear to have a stronger association with depression than symptom severity, according to a recent study, suggesting that a portion of the indirect costs of chronic constipation is attributable to depression.
Depression and hopelessness are significant predictors of a patient’s nonadherence to diabetes treatment, a recent study has found.
Adding increased activity or energy as part of DSM-5 criterion A reduces the prevalence of manic and hypomanic episodes, a new study suggests. However, the new criterion does not affect longitudinal clinical outcomes.
Older adults who felt lonely were less likely to visit physicians, regardless of whether the loneliness was chronic or recently developed, according to data from the PHASE* national survey in Singapore.
A suite of interactive smartphone applications designed to help manage or treat anxiety and depression shows potential for improving symptoms in patients who use the apps for up to four times daily.
Influenza infection anytime during pregnancy was not associated with increased risk of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in their children, and the initial association with influenza vaccination during the first trimester was insignificant after accounting for multiple comparisons, according to data from the KPNC* cohort.
Different repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) modalities have minimal differences in clinical efficacy and acceptability for acute depressive disorder, new study shows.
There is a high demand for provision of mental health care services in areas afflicted by humanitarian emergencies, according to a new study conducted by Dr. Ana Cecilia Andrade de Moraes Weintraub, et al.
Antipsychotic switching method through immediate or gradual discontinuation are viable options in clinical practice. The strategy of choice should be based on individual patient needs, results of a systematic review and meta-analysis show.