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  • Sleep duration and self-rated health in Chinese university students. [Journal Article]
  • SBSleep Breath 2019 May 31
  • Li L, Lok KI, … Xiang YT
  • CONCLUSIONS: Poor health status is common in Chinese university students, which appears to be closely associated with short sleep duration. Further longitudinal studies are warranted to gain a better understanding of the interaction between sleep patterns and health status in university students.
  • Depression in Children and Adolescents: A Review of Indian studies. [Review]
  • IJIndian J Psychol Med 2019 May-Jun; 41(3):216-227
  • Grover S, Raju VV, … Shah R
  • CONCLUSIONS: There is a wide variation in the point prevalence reported across different studies, which is mainly due to methodological differences across studies. Limited data are available with respect to symptom profile and factors associated with depression in children and adolescents.
  • The case for radiosurgery for brainstem metastases. [Journal Article]
  • JNJ Neurooncol 2019 May 24
  • Winograd E, Rivers CI, … Prasad D
  • CONCLUSIONS: Location in brainstem should not be a deterrent to the use of radiosurgery for these patients. The addition or exclusion of WBRT should be based on the clinical progression of the patient and within the limits of this study does not seem to impact overall survival. With improved survival as a result of better systemic therapy, these patients can benefit from better preservation of cognitive function by this strategy.
  • Knowledge and perceptions of Indian primary care nurses towards mental illness. [Journal Article]
  • IEInvest Educ Enferm 2019; 37(1)
  • Gandhi S, Poreddi V, … Badamath S
  • CONCLUSIONS: The present study showed adequate knowledge on mental illness among nurses. Yet they hold stigmatizing and negative attitudes towards mental illness. Hence, it is an urgent priority to develop and implement educational programs to inculcate positive attitudes towards people with mental illness to provide optimal care to this vulnerable population.
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