A telehealth program out of UCSF has achieved the coveted goal of cutting costs and improving patient care for seniors with dementia, researchers state.
The findings were seen particularly for artificial sweeteners and artificially sweetened beverages.
Long-term health-related quality of life was consistently high up to 20 years after the event.
Daily use of cigarettes, e-cigarettes and cannabis was associated with both anxiety and depression.
Loneliness and moderate-to-severe depression were associated with greater odds of poor-to-fair health.
The findings were seen in real-world patients with a range of chronic health conditions.
Score had strong discriminatory accuracy in U.K. Biobank test sample and Whitehall cohort, with AUCs of 0.80 and 0.77
Although post-2021 usage of telemedicine is down from a pandemic peak, 10% of outpatient visits for SNF residents are still conducted online, a new study shows.
The findings were seen especially for depression and when using therapy-based interventions.
Smoking, sedentary time, BMI and sleep duration were identified as the main potentially modifiable mediators of associations.
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