Effects of parental mental illness on children's physical health: systematic review and meta-analysis.

Effects of parental mental illness on children's physical health: systematic review and meta-analysis. Br J Psychiatry. 2019 Oct 15;:1-10 Authors: Pierce M, Hope HF, Kolade A, Gellatly J, Osam CS, Perchard R, Kosidou K, Dalman C, Morgan V, Di Prinzio P, Abel KM Abstract BACKGROUND: Children of parents with mental disorder face multiple challenges. AIMS: To summarise evidence about parental mental disorder and child physical health. METHOD: We searched seven databases for cohort or case-control studies quantifying associations between parental mental disorders (substance use, psychotic, mood, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive, post-traumatic stress and eating) and offspring physical health. Studies were excluded if: they reported perinatal outcomes only (
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CONCLUSION: CRP SNPs rs1800947 and rs2794521 may be associated with depressive symptoms in patients with depression in a sexspecific fashion. Furthermore, rs2794521 may be a predictor of the efficacy of antidepressants in female patients. PMID: 31711279 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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High blood pressure? There ’s an app for that. Diabetes? There’s an app for that, too. Want to quit smoking? Keep track of your exercise? Is your anxiety getting the better of you? There are apps for all of those health issues, hundreds of thousands of apps. Developers at Blue Shield of California have rolled out a ne w, enhanced Wellvolution website — Wellvolution Next — that brings together roughly 40 of the best “digital therapeutics” applications in one place where members can…
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