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COVID-19-Related Stress, Isolation Negatively Impacts Teens

Stress and isolation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic are associated with psychosocial health problems among a diverse group of adolescents, according to a study...
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Severity of Pruritus and Adverse Outcomes

Patients with advanced chronic kidney disease (CKD) commonly experience pruritus. Pruritus is associated with depression, decreased quality of life, and poor sleep quality. There...

Isolation May Raise Odds for Dementia, Brain Study Suggests

Staying connected to others may help protect your brain as you age, new research reveals. The study showed that social isolation — but not loneliness — can...
May/June Nephrology Times cover

Disparities in CKD Prevalence in a Universal Healthcare Coverage Setting

Patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) commonly progress to kidney failure and the need for renal replacement therapy. There are strong and well-documented associations...

Patterns of Depressive Symptoms ID’d in Breast Cancer Patients

Nearly one-third of women with breast cancer experience temporary or lasting depressive symptoms during and after treatment, according to a study published online April...

COVID-19 Update: Mental Health Woes Can Rise in Year After COVID Recovery; and More

Are Cancer Patients More Apt to Believe COVID Lies? Misinformation about COVID-19 abounds, and cancer patients who are currently receiving treatment are more likely to...
Mental Health Woes Can Rise in Year After COVID Recovery

Mental Health Woes Can Rise in Year After COVID Recovery

COVID-19 can take a heavy toll on the body, but new research shows that patients are also 60% more likely to suffer lingering mental...

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