COVID-19 Psychiatric Morbidity, Omega-3s for Aging, and More

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April 28, 2021

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Healio Psychiatry compiled a list of the five most watched stories in April.

A study of the role of omega-3 supplementation in reducing stress-related accelerated aging, research into psychiatric morbidity in COVID-19 patients, and findings on increased suicide risk in U.S. nurses were some of the most read stories about Healio-Psychiatry for the USA month.

Omega-3 supplementation can slow the accelerated aging caused by stress

Omega-3 supplementation can slow accelerated aging by changing the body’s response during and after a stressful event. This is evident from study results published in Molecular Psychiatry. Continue reading.

Many COVID-19 patients have psychiatric morbidity within 6 months of infection

A significant proportion of patients with COVID-19 suffered from neurological and psychiatric morbidity in the 6 months after infection. This is the result of a retrospective cohort study published in The Lancet Psychiatry. Continue reading.

Nurses at significantly increased risk of suicide compared to the general US population

According to a retrospective cohort study published in JAMA Psychiatry, nurses in the United States had a significantly increased risk of suicide compared to the general population. Continue reading.

The FDA is issuing a full response letter for pimavanserin in dementia-related psychosis

Acadia Pharmaceuticals has received a full response letter from the FDA stating that the administration cannot approve a supplemental new drug application for pimavanserin. Continue reading.

Maternal anxiety and depression can increase the offspring’s risk of behavioral disorders

Adolescents whose mothers experienced anxiety or depressive symptoms were at an increased risk of behavioral disorders and symptoms of oppositional defiant disorder by the age of 17. This is evident from study results published in the Journal of Psychiatric Research. Continue reading.

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