Tag: anxiety

1. Socially transitioned transgender children who were supported by their families had rates of depression consistent with the general population; they also displayed anxiety levels only slightly above the population average. 2. Compared to sibling and age-and-gender-matched controls, socially transitioned and supported transgender children had no difference in depression symptoms...
Longitudinal evaluation of physician payment reform and team-based care for chronic disease management and prevention Primary care has an important economic impact on the health care system. Different models exist each with their own advantages and disadvantages on costs and health outcomes. Using population-based administrative data, the authors evaluated team-based...
1. Children who were identified as moderate or severe selective eaters (picky eaters) were more likely to display of psychopathological symptoms such as anxiety, depression, and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). 2. As selective eating worsened on the spectrum, psychiatric symptoms because more severe. Study Rundown: Selective eating (SE) or picky eating is...
1. One of 4 U.S. children has either directly experienced or witnessed violence involving a weapon. 2. Children who were victimized involving a weapon were more likely to experience symptoms of depression, anxiety, anger, and aggression. Study Rundown: Youth violence and homicide are significant problems in the U.S. Previous research has...
1. Greater and more recent exposure to fine particulate matter, was linked with a small increase in anxiety symptom risk. 2. No association was found between anxiety symptom risk and coarse particulate matter or proximity to major roadways. Evidence Rating Level: 2 (Good) Study Rundown: The risk of developing mental...
Image: PD  1. Children with functional abdominal pain (FAP) had a significantly greater risk of clinical anxiety and depression than those without FAP.  2. Social anxiety disorder affected 25% of individuals with FAP.    Evidence Rating Level: 1 (Excellent)        Study Rundown:  FAP has been associated with frequent school absences as...
Image: PD 1. Conscious, intubated patients in the intensive care unit frequently experience significant anxiety, which can affect their clinical condition and often requires significant sedative use. 2. In the present study, patient-directed music therapy reduces both anxiety and sedative administration in conscious, intubated patients.   Evidence Rating Level: 1 (Excellent)  Study Rundown: In...