Several interventions for reducing physician burnout result in significant numerical improvements in some domains, but such improvements fall short of providing meaningful changes in clinical burnout, according to the results of a meta-analysis.
People who are suffering from depression may find relief by getting physically active, like walking or jogging, yoga, and strength training, a study suggests. More intense exercises also seem to provide greater benefits in reducing depression, while yoga and strength training are well tolerated versus other treatments.
Treatment with semaglutide 2.4 mg results in clinically meaningful weight loss, irrespective of baseline antidepressant (AD) use, among adults with overweight/obesity, reports a post hoc study of the Semaglutide Treatment Effect for People with obesity (STEP).
Being infected with COVID-19 may reduce the sexual function of cisgender women, while having long COVID can worsen the already impaired sexual function as compared to those who do not have long COVID, a study has found. However, the mechanisms as to why these effects occur remain unclear.
Some pieces of evidence suggest the significant association of cannabis use with heroin use at earlier follow-ups of the ATOS*, but these data are scant and inconsistent across time points, reports a study.
Individuals with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) appear to be at greater risk for suicide attempts, suggests a study, which notes the importance of routine monitoring of mental health and suicide risk in individuals diagnosed with PCOS.