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Comorbidity of mental disorders with alcohol and other drug abuse. Results from the Epidemiologic Catchment Area (ECA) Study.
TLDR
Comorbidity of addictive and severe mental disorders was highest in the prison population, most notably with antisocial personality, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorders.
One‐month prevalence of mental disorders in the United States and sociodemographic characteristics: the Epidemiologic Catchment Area study
TLDR
Marital status was one of the most powerful correlates of mental disorder risk: the odds of separated or divorced people having any NIMH Diagnostic Interview Schedule disorder were twice that of married people after controlling for age, gender, race or ethnicity and socioeconomic status.
Physical activity and depressive symptoms: the NHANES I Epidemiologic Follow-up Study.
TLDR
Findings are the first indication from a prospective study of a large community sample that physical inactivity may be a risk factor for depressive symptoms.
Limitations of diagnostic criteria and assessment instruments for mental disorders. Implications for research and policy.
TLDR
The health policy implications of discrepant and/or high prevalence rates for determining treatment need in the context of managed care definitions of "medical necessity" are discussed.
Race and sex differences in hip fracture incidence.
TLDR
Analysis based on an independent data source of non-federal hospital discharges in Washington, DC confirmed that White women were at twice the risk for hip fracture compared with Black women and at 2.7 times the risk compared to White men.
Blood pressure and cognitive performance. The Framingham Study.
TLDR
No consistent relation between blood pressure and cognitive performance is found in the Framingham Study, which found neither blood pressure nor antihypertensive treatment was significantly associated with cognitive performance.
Hormone–behavior associations in early infancy
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