5/28/14. Physical activity program may reduce mobility disability in seniors.
More severe mental illness appears to be associated with lower employment rates in recent years, and people with serious mental illness are less likely than people with no, mild, or moderate mental illness to be employed after age 49, according to the report, “Employment Status of People With Mental Illness: National Survey Data From 2009 and 2010,” published in Psychiatric Services in Advance.
6/20/14. Brain Injuries Linked To Higher Risk For Headaches.
9/1/14. The relationship between premorbid body weight and weight at referral, at discharge and at 1-year follow-up in anorexia nervosa.
European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 09/03/2014: Focker M, et al. In this study, the relationship between pre-morbid body mass index (BMI) percentile and BMI at admission was solidly confirmed. In addition to pre-morbid
BMI percentile, BMI at admission and age were significant predictors of BMI
percentile at discharge. BMI percentile at discharge significantly predicted
BMI percentile at 1–year follow–up. An additional analysis that merely included
variables available upon referral revealed that premorbid BMI percentile
predicts the 1–year follow–up BMI percentile.
11/25/14. Talk Therapy May Prevent Suicide in High-Risk Patients
1/30/15. Repeated Blows To Head In Boxing, Martial Arts May Damage Brain.
And yes, it is OK to joke even about suicide. Black humor often helps us all to squarely face up to very serious issues, and is therefore to be encouraged.