Researchers survey clinicians to understand the challenges they face in prescribing or withholding antibiotic treatments for acute pediatric infectious conjunctivitis and call attention to a lack of nationalized standards.
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Researchers sought to determine whether in-utero exposure to COVID-19 is associated with a greater risk for neurodevelopmental disorder at year 1.
Researchers sought to analyze bacterial-derived metabolites, particularly TMAO pathway and SCFA, of patients with PD and compare the metabolites with control individuals within their households and patients with MSA.
Researchers sought to explore the association between time to recovery of consciousness and hypoxemia and other clinical predictors in survivors of severe COVID-19.
Researchers sought to evaluate patients with long COVID who had been referred for peripheral neuropathy evaluations.
In a cross-sectional study, researchers compared COVID-19 infection and mortality rates from 2019 and 2020 among Medicare enrollees with Alzheimer disease and related dementias.
Researchers sought to assess the incidence of spinal cord gray matter atrophy in patients with post-polio syndrome and its associations with muscle strength and functional decline.
Tulane University researchers asked respondents in an online survey to report the impact of their COVID-19 experiences and COVID-19 disruption, as well as any mental health, physical health, or alcohol problems they experienced before the COVID-19 pandemic.
A panel of 15 experts and stakeholders reviewed findings of a systematic literature search and discussed the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health care, clinical practice, and management of individuals with schizophrenia and BP-I.
A 93-question survey was sent to faculty in academic health sciences to determine how they have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three social factors, conspiracy mentality, prosociality, and authoritarianism, were examined by researchers to determine the longitudinal relations between individual willingness to undergo vaccination against COVID-19.
Researchers sought to assess long-term change in white matter using 3 diffusion models, assess cognitive function in recovered COVID-19 patients, and investigate correlations with clinical characteristics to explain abnormalities at 1-year follow-up.
Researchers evaluated the trends in marijuana, alcohol, and opioid use during pregnancy and in the first year postpartum among Americans living with HIV, as well as the differences in substance use after marijuana legalization.
This is the first study utilizing pre- and mid-pandemic data to assess the psychosocial impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on a cohort of children primarily of racial and ethnic minority groups.
The researchers investigated the association of serotonin reuptake inhibitors with outcomes in patients with COVID-19 by analyzing electronic health records.
This study is the first to examine gender differences in work-family conflict and wellbeing in a cohort of physician parents before and during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Investigators assessed outcomes in patients with cirrhosis following receipt of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
The findings were particularly strong in patients who also experienced neurological symptoms.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) strongly recommends that all eligible individuals, including those who are pregnant, recently pregnant, and lactating, receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
The researchers sought to find out whether the prevalence of PTSD in COVID-19 survivors was similar to that of survivors of previous coronavirus epidemics.
Researchers analyzed corneal tissue from deceased patients with COVID-19 to determine the presence of SARS-CoV-2 genomic and subgenomic RNA.
Researchers assessed the mental health and telephone psychiatry experiences of Hispanic outpatients in New York City with several surveys.
How and why have young e-cigarette users changed their patterns of use since the COVID-19 pandemic began?
Early studies have indicated that, counter to expectation, older adults may be more resilient to the stress of COVID-19 than younger populations.
Researchers used various imaging technologies to evaluate the foveas of patients following moderate and severe coronavirus-related pneumonia.
The researchers compared Google search queries for the term “insomnia” from April and May 2020 to the same months in 2017, 2018, and 2019.
Researchers found in an observational cohort study that pre-existing Alzheimer disease and dementia are top risk factors for severe COVID-19 based on their association with positive tests for the coronavirus in England’s hospitals in spring 2020.
Researchers conducted 3 studies involving a series of questionnaires to determine whether there was a connection between psychological entitlement and following or not following COVID-19 guidelines.