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OBJECTIVE Studies have documented associations between anxiety disorders and allergy in adults, but these associations have not been studied extensively in children. The objective of this study is to examine the associations between allergy and six anxiety disorders (AD) in youth. METHOD This is a data analysis of two epidemiologic-services studies: (i)(More)
BACKGROUND To examine the relationship between respiratory regulation and childhood anxiety disorders, this study considered the relationship between anxiety disorders and symptoms during carbon dioxide (CO(2)) exposure, CO(2) sensitivity in specific childhood anxiety disorders, and the relationship between symptomatic and physiological responses to CO(2).(More)
BACKGROUND Abnormalities in ventilatory physiology have been noted in adults with panic disorder. We tested the hypothesis that abnormalities in ventilatory physiology differentiate children and adolescents with anxiety disorders from psychiatrically healthy children. METHODS Ventilatory physiology was monitored with a canopy apparatus during room-air(More)
Seasonal variations were assessed in symptoms of internalizing (anxiety and mood), externalizing (attention-deficit/hyperactivity and oppositional defiant disorders), and substance use disorders in youth. This study is based on secondary data analysis of two NIMH-funded epidemiologic-services studies: (a) Alternative Service Use Patterns by Youth with(More)
The analysis of insult occurrence in patients at the age under 45 years, caused by blood hypertension, shows, that they make 30.1% from common number of insult in 166 young people, treated in the neurological and other departments of Burdenko Main Military Clinical Hospital in 1989-1996. On occasion of ischemic insult were treated 37 patients,(More)