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A study in Biological Psychiatry investigates sex-specific epigenetic regulation of fear memory

Findings of a new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine will enable more targeted screening and prevention efforts for youth at greater suicide risk

Research And JournalsGetting to the bottom of anti-vaccine attitudesJan 15, 2019

Report published in Social Science & Medicine is awarded Elsevier’s Atlas award for showing that those who know the least are the most confident about their own knowledge

A study in Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging investigates the biological mechanisms of electroconvulsive therapy response in depression

A model of central retinal vein occlusion that mimics many of its clinical features has been developed to test new therapies using ADM-RAMP2 for this common form of visual impairment, according to a new study in The American Journal of Pathology

A new study published in HeartRhythm reports that regular moderate alcohol consumption, drinking an average of 14 glasses of alcohol per week, is a modifiable risk factor for atrial fibrillation

Research And JournalsAre your Facebook friends making you feel sick?Jan 8, 2019

Research published in Heliyon finds that Facebook users who engage in social comparison are more aware of their physical ailments

Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior issues position paper on the importance of including environmental sustainability in dietary guidance, published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior

Increasing evidence supports the use of empirically-derived algorithms that use symptom monitoring to guide ongoing treatment planning

A meta-analysis in Biological Psychiatry identifies dysfunction of neurocognitive networks across multiple psychiatric disorders

Research And JournalsBrain health not affected by major heart surgeryDec 17, 2018

New study offers important and novel way to look at ‘old problem’ of cognitive dysfunction

Identifying patterns in medical encounters prior to self-directed violence events can help shape screening and prevention strategies, according to a new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine

Leading early stage research platform shines light on top research trends of 2018