Depression onset in long-term adolescent cannabinoid use: a neurobiological review - Forrester SY, Jahan N.

Escalating cannabis use may be linked to decreased motivation and anhedonia, which are  symptoms of depression. Adolescent cannabis users with subthreshold depressive symptoms such as reduced motivation may be susceptible to the development of significant ...
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While a number of work-related events have been proposed as risk factors for depression, a majority of studies have focused only on a few events in a single study. Therefore, we conducted a web-based longitudinal study to comprehensively investigate the im...
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OBJECTIVE: To describe the frequency, characteristics, and factors contributing to suicide in indigenous populations in Brazil. Method: A systematic review of the literature was performed in PubMed, SciELO, PsycINFO, and LILACS. All population-based st...
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PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Suicide is a major public health concern and the second leading cause of death for adolescents. Faced with an already-high prevalence and increasing rates over the past decade, pediatricians feel inadequately prepared to manage a suicida...
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This study aims to describe the factors associated with high risk of suicide (HRS) of physicians and nurses in treatment at the Galatea Care Programme....
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BACKGROUND: The Ecuadorian earthquake in April 16th was the second strongest and deadliest in 2016 worldwide, with approximately one million people affected. In this paper, we analyzed the psychological impact and the relationship between mental health eve...
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People with a lived experience of suicide are commonly included within suicide prevention research. This includes participation in conferences, policy development, research and other activities. Yet little is known about the impact on the person in the lon...
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INTRODUCTION: Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) as a treatment for depression has been studied for over two decades. Repetitive TMS was approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 2008 for the treatment of depression after at least on...
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(1) Background: The high prevalence of childhood obesity and its multicausal etiology make it necessary to approach it through different strategies, whose objective is to promote the physical, mental, and social well-being of children. Regular physical act...
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This study examined the longitudinal associations of nightmare frequency and distress with suicidal thought (ST), suicide plan (SP), and suicide attempt (SA) and mediating rol...
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