Tag: wellness

1. Limited social interaction following a mental health crisis reduces self-reported recovery at 18-month follow-up. 2. Social support and interventions may improve recovery in individuals who are mental health service users, particularly when sever loneliness is reported. Evidence Rating Level: 3 (Average) Recovery following a mental health event may depend on a...
1. In this meta-analysis, the impact of interactive social media interventions aimed at increasing physical activity was evaluated. 2. Improvements were seen in daily steps taken, marginal weight loss, reducing heart rate, and overall well-being. Evidence Rating Level: 2 (Good) Social media use has increased substantially since the introduction of programs...
1. In this meta-analysis, the impact of emotional burnout on academic performance in college and university student was assessed. 2. A significant reduction in academic performance was detected in students who reported high levels of exhaustion, cynicism, and diminished feelings of self-efficacy. Evidence Rating Level: 1 (Excellent) Postsecondary students may be...
2 Minute Medicine is pleased to announce that we are launching Wellness Check, a new series dedicated to exploring new research evidence focused on wellness. Each week, we will report on articles examining different aspects of wellness, including (but not limited to) nutrition, sleep, reproductive health, substance use and...
1. Greater amount of moderate, habitual coffee consumption was associated with lower risk of arrhythmias. 2. Genetic differences in caffeine metabolism did not modulate effect of coffee consumption on risk of arrhythmia. Evidence Rating Level: 2 (Good) Coffee is widely consumed and has been thought to increase risk of arrhythmia. However, whether moderate,...

Wellness Check: Nutrition

2 Minute Medicine is pleased to announce that we are launching Wellness Check, a new series dedicated to exploring new research evidence focused on wellness. Each week, we will report on articles examining different aspects of wellness, including (but not limited to) nutrition, sleep, reproductive health, substance use and...
2 Minute Medicine is pleased to announce that we are launching Wellness Check, a new series dedicated to exploring new research evidence focused on wellness. Each week, we will report on articles examining different aspects of wellness, including (but not limited to) nutrition, sleep, reproductive health, substance use and...
1. First year university students in the United States reported sustained behavioral, emotional, and attention problems during the COVID-19 pandemic. 2. Participants who engaged in a university wellness program experienced fewer attention problems during the spring 2020 COVID-19 lockdown. Evidence Rating Level: 2 (Good) The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in school closures...
1. In this randomized controlled trial, individuals exposed to workplace wellness programs self-reported greater amount of time engaging in regular exercise and actively managing weight. 2. No difference in clinical measures of health, health care spending and utilization, or employment outcomes were observed 18 months into the program. Evidence Rating Level:...