How mindfulness or meditation could be beneficial for treating complications from concussions
The new research involved over 500 participants as part of more than a dozen previously released studies.
U.S. rates of cigarette smoking have not increased, vaping rates are rising though
The study was comprised of more than 30,000 people evaluated by the CDC.
How anxiety dramatically increased during the first COVID-19-related lockdown
The study was initiated at the University of Bristol.
Children raised with low socioeconomic status at a higher likelihood of mental illness later in life
The findings were the result of a comprehensive analysis involving data of close to one million Danish children.
Most young patients with COVID-19 avoid severe illness and fully recover
The findings appeared in the Journal of Pediatrics.
Some refugees still experience pre-migration traumas long after resettlement
The study was released in the International Journal of Social Psychiatry.
Social isolation during COVID-19 restrictions may lead to long-term complications for adolescents
The findings are part of a thorough review of more than 60 peer-reviewed papers on the topic of social isolation…
Electronic cigarettes could pave the way for traditional cigarette smoking in adolescents
The research team at Children's National Hospital examined the data of over 8,000 American adolescents below the age of 18…
Pregnant women may reduce the health risks for their infants by implementing lifestyle changes
The new findings probed how gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) in pregnant women could affect the infant's deoxyribonucleic acid.
Residing in neighborhoods with more green spaces associated with reduced rates of cigarette smoking
Living near greenspace also increased the likelihood of successfully quitting smoking habits, the findings showed.
Researchers caution the dangers of thirdhand cigarette smoke in public settings
Researchers are keen on addressing another major public health concern in recent times: third-hand cigarette smoke exposure.
Study highlights the effects of COVID-19 restrictions on physical and mental well-being
The study was published online in the journal Obesity.