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Findings anecdotally point to busyness of having multiple children forcing parents to be more organized, better plan their families’ meals, and eat out less


Youth with psychosis spectrum disorders have distinct brain alterations in regions that are important for real-world functioning and cognitive abilities


A new multicenter European study that assessed the burden of itch on dermatological patients’ psychological wellbeing is reported in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology



A new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine reports that teen use of both flavored and non-flavored tobacco decreased with enforced restrictions, but increased with unrestricted access


Research And JournalsHow do ketogenic diets affect skin inflammation?Oct 22, 2019

A study in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology tested several high-fat, low-carb ketogenic diets and found those high in coconut and palm oils exacerbated psoriasiform-like skin inflammation in mice


When intense immersion in video gaming is motivated by avoidant behavior, both professional (esport) and recreational gamers run the risk of developing gaming disorder


This large US study found that one in five patients was prescribed opioids after having a pacemaker or similar device implanted and 80 percent had never taken opioids before, report investigators in HeartRhythm


Proactively treating substance use disorder may help improve outcomes after valve surgery for infective endocarditis


Findings reported in The American Journal of Pathology suggest specialized proresolving mediators may become therapeutics that alleviate chronic tendon inflammation


COLD-PCR/FMCA enables simultaneous and more precise evaluation of HBV DNA, genotypes, and mutant DNA, as well as better assessment of infection status, disease progression, and response to treatment, reports The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics


“It’s changed our way of eating a lot”: participants cited pride in their garden work as a key factor in eating the healthier produce they grew, leading to an increase in healthy eating and physical activity


A new study in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology showed that older individuals have the most to gain and may gain the most from rehabilitation programs, but this need is often ignored


Experts writing in the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery warn that the clinical data are limited, many treatments with biologic agents are still unproven for clinical use, and US regulatory agencies impose barriers on conducting research


Increasing evidence supports the inclusion of a new bereavement-related disorder in future editions of The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V)