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This cross-sectional study uses data from the Korea Youth Risk Behavior Web-Based Survey to examine the associations of duration of smartphone use and types of content most frequently accessed via smartphone with body image distortion and weight loss behaviors in Korean adolescents.
This Viewpoint proposes a practical framework for accomplishing national health goals that health systems and clinicians can adopt and policy makers can fund.
This systematic review and network meta-analysis compares amitriptyline with Food and Drug Administration–approved treatments for fibromyalgia related to sleep, fatigue, and health-related quality of life outcomes.
This case-control study examines the associations between patient-reported outcome measures and subsequent nonfatal self-injury in patients with cancer.
This Viewpoint discusses complex persistent benzodiazepine dependence and differentiates it from benzodiazepine use disorder.
This cohort study evaluates the association between risk of death and follow-up psychiatric care among patients treated for deliberate self-harm.
This cohort study investigates the course of cognition from elementary school to old age among individuals with schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders to test neurodevelopmental and neurodegenerative theories of psychotic disorders.
This cohort study uses machine learning techniques to cluster, compare, and combine subgroup solutions using clinical and brain structural imaging data from early psychosis and depression stages.
This Viewpoint discusses the COVID-19 pandemic, community–law enforcement tensions, and social and structural factors that have potentially contributed to increased risks for homicide and suicide in the US.
This Arts and Medicine essay reviews how 21st-century evidence-based approaches to the use of psychedelic medicine replicate the ancient practices of Asclepian medicine.
This cohort study examines rates of suspension between autistic and nonautistic students in New Zealand and whether an association exists between funding and rates of suspension for autistic students.
This cohort study evaluates the respective and combined abilities of a real-time machine learning model and the Columbia Suicide Severity Rating Scale to predict suicide attempt and suicidal ideation among adults.
This Viewpoint highlights the risk of burnout and its effects on resident physicians treating patients during the stressful COVID-19 pandemic and summarizes strategies for preventing burnout.
This cohort study investigates the rate of intensive care admissions with deliberate self-harm among children and adolescents in Australia during the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak.
This survey study investigates whether patterns of reported suicidal ideation, planning, and behavior differ among US adults who own a firearm vs those who do not own a firearm.
This cohort study with a case-crossover analytical design examines the associations between prescription stimulant use and drug-related poisonings and buprenorphine treatment retention among patients with opioid use disorder.
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