Different paths to perspective of another's experience are associated with varying effect on helpers' health during helping behavior.
These findings highlight an urgent need to produce more evidence on the risks and benefits of off-label antidepressant use.
Study suggests that solicitousness is a side effect of catastrophizing, not the main goal.
Increased risk, but research doesn't establish cause-and-effect relationship.
Certain stressors are more likely to increase the risk of pain.
An study of people convicted of homicides found that using benzodiazepines was associated with a 45% increased risk of doing so.
Stress is major predictor for burnout among doctors; operating in high-stress environment also harmful.
Pain is commonly the underlying cause of behavioral symptoms in people who have dementia.
Patients with gout have lower odds for dementia, but more research is needed.
The association between depression and lower back pain is due in part to genetics.
Lowering dose may mitigate an association between increased dose and depression.
"Multifactorial etiology" contributes to how IBD patients perceive pain.
For orofacial pain of nondental origin, the pain could be originating from elsewhere.
Acute pain is lessened with opioid treatment but depression is associated with reduced response to acute opioid treatment.
It may be difficult to quantify pain in a patient with a psychiatric disorder.
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