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Researchers found people with cognitive, complex activity and multiple limitations had the highest risk of suicidal thoughts, planning and attempts.
The researchers also found that people with disabilities who had an opioid misuse or use disorder were more likely to have a use disorder related to another substance.
The study suggests patients who receive bariatric surgery may need ongoing treatment to support lifestyle changes and maintain weight loss.
A new study provides insight on why people who recover from severe COVID-19 still have a higher risk of death in the year following their illness.
Patients who recovered from severe COVID-19 were 233% more likely to die within a year after infection than patients who tested negative.
Researchers found patients who recovered from severe COVID-19 had more than twice the risk of being hospitalized again for an issue such as heart attack, stroke, pneumonia or pulmonary embolism.
Patients with Type 1 diabetes reported feeling shame, stigma and judgment in their interactions with endocrinology specialists.
A research team led by Dr. Young-Rock Hong, Assistant Professor for the Department of Health Services Research, Management and Policy, analyzed the cardio metabolic risk factors among individuals who had undergone bariatric surgery, those eligible but had not received bariatric surgery, and medically classified normal-weight adults. Their results concluded that…