The domestic violence as factor of disorder of social and mental health - Borisov SN, Volkova OA, Besschetnova OV, Dolya RY.

The article considers domestic violence as a factor of derangement of social and mental health of family members. There is no open access to statistical indices of cases of domestic violence. The data of population mental health is rather conditional. Ther...
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Source: Psychiatry Investigation - Category: Psychiatry Tags: Psychiatry Investig Source Type: research
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ConclusionThe LAT endotype is common among veterans with PTSD. An improved understanding of how insomnia in this population affects CPAP utilization would be instrumental in designing targeted therapy to improve sleep quality.
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BACKGROUND/PURPOSE: Of the risk factors for suicide, prior attempt is regarded as one of the strongest for subsequent attempts or completed suicide. This large-scale cohort study aims to examine whether the distress level of individual mental symptoms and ...
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This study compared physiological responses and cognitive performance during simulated work activities in heat to a thermoneutral condition. First responders perform physically demanding activities in a hot environment which may impose additional burdens o...
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