Stress makes life's clock tick faster but chilling out slows it down
According to their findings, published in the journal Translational Psychiatry, stress does indeed make life's clock tick faster—but that individuals can help manage the effects by strengthening their emotion regulation and self-control.
Talk therapy by US psychiatrists declined by half since 1990s
Researchers analyzing 21 years of data found that the percentage of psychiatrist visits involving psychotherapy has declined by half -- dropping to only 21.6 % of patient visits. Over half of U.S. psychiatrists no longer practice any psychotherapy at all.
'Perfect for some but disastrous for others': Patients and clinicians express concerns over phone and video consultations
A study of rheumatology patients and clinicians has found that while the majority found phone or video consultations more convenient than face-to-face consultations, they viewed so-called telemedicine as less diagnostically accurate than in-person consultations and as having the potential to increase health inequalities and barriers to accessing appropriate care.
Injury prevention program may reduce health care costs among student-athletes
Use of a comprehensive injury surveillance and prevention program may significantly reduce injury-related health care costs in NCAA Division I athletics, according to published results.
Almost 1 in 3 U.S. Seniors Now Sees at Least 5 Doctors Per Year
Nearly one-third of older U.S. adults visit at least five different doctors each year — reflecting the growing role of specialists in Americans' health care, a new study finds.