Anxiety Disorders Journal Articles

 
 
  • Neuropsychiatric Symptoms and Functional Decline in Dementia This study explored the association between trajectories of functional decline and neuropsychiatric symptoms in Alzheimer disease and Lewy body dementia.
  • Juvenile Huntington's Disease In a small number of cases, Huntington's disease manifests prior to age 21. This case report highlights the complexity of juvenile Huntington's and how its course differs from adult onset disease.
  • Parenting-Related Exhaustion During the COVID-19 Lockdown How well are parents coping with the COVID-19 related lockdowns? The findings in this report support the need for preventive programs to support parents throughout the pandemic.
  • Conceptual Meanings of Patient Safety in Primary Care In what ways do the conceptualizations of patient safety in primary care compare between healthcare personnel and patients?
  • COVID-19 Pandemic Impacts on Follow-up and Well-Being in HIV The current pandemic may have unintended consequences on people living with HIV. In what ways might it impact the well-being and follow-up of these individuals?
  • SCCM Consensus on Screening for Post-ICU Impairments Which patients should be assessed for post-ICU impairments -- and which screening tools are most effective? Find out what the experts recommend.
  • Subacute Thyroiditis as a Manifestation of SARS-CoV-2 This case discussion highlights the need to consider subacute thyroiditis as a potential manifestation of SARS-CoV-2 infection.
  • Addressing Trainee Telehealth Needs in Response to COVID-19 This article details how in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Veterans Health Administration ramped up its telehealth training of geriatrics professionals to optimize care for rural older adults.
  • Older Adults Attitudes About In-Home Surveillance, Sensors Older adults are often resistant to the idea of in-home monitoring technologies. This study examined the potential differences in comfort with remote monitoring between caregivers and care recipients.
  • Life Experiences of Psoriasis Patients Receiving Biologics While biologics have improved treatment outcomes and health-related quality of life in patients with psoriasis, this study reveals that psychological issues caused by psoriasis persist.
  • Mental Health and Suicidal Ideation During COVID-19 How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted mental health, substance use, and suicidal ideation in adults?
  • Polypharmacy and Potential Drug-Drug Interactions for HIV Are you aware of the types of concurrent medications commonly prescribed to HIV patients and the potential drug-drug interactions?
  • ISCHEMIA Trial: Was It Worth the Wait? What has the ISCHEMIA trial revealed as to whether there a benefit to revascularization in stable patients with moderate ischemia on a stress test? Should the results impact clinical practice?
  • COVID-19 Deaths in Long-Term Care: A Piece of the Puzzle This editorial underscores the high incidence of COVID-19 fatalities in long-term care facilities. Why are these facilities experiencing higher mortality rates despite the national average decline?
  • COVID-19 and Health Disparities in Pediatric Psychology In this commentary, the authors address the ethical responsibilities of pediatric psychologists in addressing the disproportionate burden of the COVID-19 pandemic on vulnerable communities.
  • Improving QoL Among Women With OAB With Pelvic Floor Therapy Overactive bladder could have significant impacts on quality of life, particularly among women. Could pelvic floor muscle therapy with electric stimulation provide improvements?
  • Delayed Return to Health Among COVID-19 Outpatients This survey of symptomatic adults indicates that COVID-19 can result in prolonged illness, even among previously healthy young adults with milder outpatient illness.
  • Communicating Palliative Care Adoption in a Pediatric ICU The decision-making process for pediatric palliative care can be difficult, and effective communication between team members and with families is crucial.
  • Oral Health and COVID-19: Increasing Prevention and Access This commentary discusses why oral health care should be a public health priority in the COVID-19 response. What opportunities does the pandemic provide for improvement in both prevention and access?
  • The Heart As Its Own Defibrillator This paper explores the intriguing concept of biological defibrillation; that is, self-restoration of cardiac rhythm by anti-arrhythmic ion channel gating.