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New Study Links Bullying with Internalized Problems for US Adolescents
Investigators examine data from 13,200 adolescents to discover the association between bullying perpetration with internalizing problems.
Pregnant Women Are Not Following Dietary Guidelines
A systematic review shows women are putting their offspring at risk of various chronic conditions, based on their improper diets.
Preterm Birth Associated With Increased Risk of Diabetes Later in Life
An analysis of more than 4 million patients in the Swedish Birth Registry is shining light on the associations between preterm birth and the development of diabetes as a child or young adult.
Psychotherapy and Antidepressants Combo Prevents Depressive Episode Recurrence
In a new study, investigators examine how cognitive behavioral therapy used with antidepressants result in a reduction of depressive episode recurrence.
Time-Restricted Diet Shows Promise for Metabolic Syndrome in Pilot Study
Results of a pilot study examining the impact of a 10-hour restricted eating window in patients with metabolic syndrome indicate the dietary intervention could help patients lose weight and improve their symptoms without changes in physical activity
Children of Diabetic Mothers at Greater Risk of Early Onset Heart Disease
An analysis of more than 4 million people from Europe has found children born to mothers with diabetes were at a 29% increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease before the age of 40.
Survey Shows Patient Interest in Improved Physician Engagement, Tech Options
Patients want to engage with their physicians in ways that are easy and convenient for them, according to a recent 1000-patient survey.
Glecaprevir and Pibrentasvir Helps HCV Patients with Treatment Failure
In a new trial, investigators find glecaprevir and pibrentasvir is safe to treatment HCV patients who failed treatment with an NS5A inhibitor.
POMI Increases Mortality Risk Despite Current Strategies
An analysis from the University of Michigan has found postoperative myocardial infarction is still associated with an increased risk of mortality, despite use of evidence-based strategies.
Diet in Midlife Not Linked to Dementia Progression
In a new study, investigators find that good dietary habits do not necessarily reduce the risk of dementia later in life.
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