Perceived stigma, illness uncertainty, and depressive symptoms in youth with inflammatory bowel disease: The moderating effect of mindfulness

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Given that suicidal behaviour is a pressing concern in inflammatory bowel disease populations, this study sought to model the sequence of variables that lead to its development. Participants (n  = 282) completed online self-report questionnaires ...
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In conclusion, the concept of an epigenetic clock is compelling, but caution should be taken in interpreting associations with age acceleration. Association tests of age acceleration should include age as a covariate. A Discussion of Recent Work on Allotopic Expression of Mitochondrial Genes at the SENS Research Foundation https://www.fightaging.org/archives/2020/02/a-discussion-of-recent-work-on-allotopic-expression-of-mitochondrial-genes-at-the-sens-research-foundation/ A paper published last month outlines recent progress on allotopic expression of mitochondrial genes carried out by the SENS Research ...
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Conclusions Pain in IBD is significantly associated with cognitive and behavioural factors as well as low mood. This study contributes to a biopsychosocial understanding of pain in IBD and identifies important targets for future interventions.
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AbstractPurpose of ReviewThe bidirectional relationship between sleep disorders and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) has gained considerable attention in recent years. It has been suggested that poor sleep and fatigue are extra-intestinal manifestations of IBD. This review reports recent studies exploring subjective and objective assessments of sleep in the adult IBD population.Recent FindingsIn ulcerative colitis patients, poor sleep has been independently linked to depression and poorer IBD-related quality of life. Using home polysomnography, IBD patients were shown to have less rapid eye movement sleep and Crohn ’...
Source: Current Gastroenterology Reports - Category: Gastroenterology Source Type: research
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