This study analyzes nearly 20 years of suicide data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as specific Twitter and Instagram posts, to estimate incidence of suicide among children and teenagers exposed to the suicide theme and depiction in the Netflix show 13 Reasons Why.
This community-based cohort study compares the association of low socioeconomic status and traumatic stressful events with psychopathology, puberty, neurocognition, and multimodal neuroimaging parameters in brain maturation among children and young adults.
This Viewpoint discusses brain stimulation technologies that can be delivered in phase with neural oscillation frequencies to target specific cognition and network activity, potentially increasing the effectiveness of neuromodulation therapies for psychiatric illnesses.
This pharmacoepidemiologic study explores the possible association between parental use of prescription opioids and the increasing rate of youth suicide.
This report of a genome-wide association study and a mouse-model study assesses genetic variants associated with anxiety and stress-related disorders among participants in the Lundbeck Foundation Initiative for Integrative Psychiatric Research (iPSYCH) study and mice exposed to social defeat.
This nested case-control study examines the association of maternal benzodiazepine use by pregnant women and by drug class, duration of action, and specific benzodiazepine agent with the risk of spontaneous abortion in Canadian women during early pregnancy.
This Insights essay discusses the important role psychiatrists and other mental health professionals play in addressing the medical comorbidities of people with severe mental illness, who often experience poor health outcomes and premature mortality.
This randomized clinical trial compares the efficacy of infliximab therapy vs placebo in improving depressive symptoms among adults with bipolar depression in Canada and the United States.
This cohort study uses neuroimaging to examine which neural reward regions are associated with improved psychiatric symptoms and psychosocial function in young adults.
This study reports the seeming disparity in access to buprenorphine prescriptions among racial/ethnic minorities and individuals with lower income.
This population-based cohort study assesses whether maternal polygenic risk scores for neurodevelopmental disorders are associated with early-life exposures previously linked to the disorders in women with available genotype data.
This cross-sectional study explores dopamine transporter availability in individuals with major depressive disorder who were not taking medication and levels of dopamine transporter expression in postmortem tissues from donors with major depressive disorder who died by suicide.
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