College students who spent less time alone and more time having meaningful conversations with others had higher life satisfaction and better well-being.
Mindfulness meditation programs can improve anxiety, depression, and pain symptoms, and may work as well as exercise and therapy.
Compared to other respiratory tract infections, patients with COVID-19 have a higher rate of experiencing other brain diseases and mood disorders.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, more people received liver transplants or joined liver transplant waiting lists to treat alcoholic hepatitis than predicted pre-pandemic.
Black and Hispanic Medicare patients with lung cancer had more emergency room and intensive care unit visits, as well as higher odds of death in a hospital during the last month of life, than non-Hispanic whites.
PhD students in Belgium have a greater risk of developing mental health problems than others in higher education, possibly due to low job control, work interfering with family life, and high job demands.
Having a binge eating disorder (BED) is associated with unhealthy sleep patterns, which may contribute to the worsening of BED symptoms.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadian adults reported increases in alcohol use and alcohol-related problems, which were worse for people with depressive symptoms, low social connectedness, income loss, or children aged 18 or younger living at home.