Racism Tied to Chronic Inflammation in African-Americans

Racist experiences may increase inflammation, raising the risk of chronic illness, according to a new study published in the journal Psychoneuroendocrinology. “We know discrimination is linked to health outcomes, but no…

002 Behavioral Health Issues in Case Management

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003 Improving Health Literacy Case Management

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397 PTSD Exploring the Functional Nature of Symptoms

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Mouse Study Probes Gut-Brain Link in Autism

A new mouse study, which builds on findings from a previously unpublished study in humans, suggests that gene mutations found in both the brain and the gut could be the…

Napping May Benefit Older Kids Too

Napping is practically essential for preschool-age children, but now a new study published in the journal SLEEP shows that older kids ages 10 to 12 can also benefit significantly from…

fMRI Detects Brain Imbalance Linked to Future Teen Depression

A new study suggests an imbalance of functioning in attention-related brain systems may help forecast the course of teen depression. Researchers discovered faulty connections between frontal and insular brain networks…

CBT May Benefit Mental Health of Kids with Long-Term Conditions

A new U.K. analysis finds that cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can help improve the mental health of children and young people with long-term physical conditions, including inflammatory bowel disease, chronic…