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Patients taking opioids prior to ACL surgery more likely to be on pain medications longer. Researchers found that those patients who were filling opioid prescriptions prior to surgery were 10 times more likely to be filling prescriptions five months after surgery. "With the ever-increasing opioid epidemic our nation is facing, understanding the risk factors for postoperative narcotic use could aid surgeons and healthcare systems in identifying patients who could benefit from a different pain management and counseling regimen than previously identified," said Chris A. Anthony, MD, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine

Dealing with rejection.
Have you ever hosted a party, but as the day approaches, your closest friends say they won't be able to attend? Or maybe you sent a friend request to someone on Facebook who never responded, or weren't invited to an event that most of your friends are attending. People in these situations usually feel socially excluded, which often leads to antisocial and self-defeating responses. What would it take to persuade people to counteract this spiral toward isolation and instead re-engage in healthy relationships? Jayati Sinha, PhD, a professor of marketing at Florida International University, suspected that messages that appeal to emotion--rather than rationality--would be more successful in motivating people in these situations to pursue social activities again. "When people feel excluded, they keep thinking about that negative experience, and this depletes mental resources," Sinha says. "This makes it harder to process rational details, so an emotional message is more appealing."
Journal of Consumer Psychology

Serious pain
afflicts a third of nursing home residents. Many nursing home residents have a fairly pain-free experience until the end of life, but at least a third suffer persistent, significant pain during their last six months. University of Manitoba, University of British Columbia and University of Alberta. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association

Feeling stressed?
Researchers Stéphane Brutus, Roshan Javadian and Alexandra Panaccio compared how different modes of commuting - cycling, driving a car and taking public transport - affected stress and mood at work. Its results indicate that cycling to work is a good way to have a good day, says Brutus. "Employees who cycled to work showed significantly lower levels of stress within the first 45 minutes of work than those who travelled by car," he says. "Recent research has shown that early morning stress and mood are strong predictors of their effect later in the day," he explains. "They can shape how subsequent events are perceived, interpreted and acted upon for the rest of the day." International Journal of Workplace Health Management

People who go to bed late
have less control over OCD symptoms. A late bedtime is associated with lower perceived control of obsessive thoughts. "Later bedtime is associated with decrements in perceived control of obsessions and compulsions," presented at the 31st Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies. Binghamton University, State University of New York

Low self-esteem
? Low self-esteem partners can feel vulnerable in their relationship, including feeling insecure about their partner's support and love. people with low self-esteem end up regretting sacrifices they make in relationships because they do not feel appreciated or supported by their partner. "Low self-esteem partners desire strong interpersonal connections like everybody else but they are very sensitive to rejection and interpersonal threats," says lead author Francesca Righetti (VU University Amsterdam). "They underestimate how positively they are viewed by their partner and how much their partner loves and cares for them. They also tend to think that others are not there for them, not available to provide support when in need." These doubts can influence mood, stress, and life satisfaction.
Social Psychological and Personality Science.

Need to do more to identify people with alcohol problems. Nine of out of ten Accident and Emergency (A&E) departments are failing to identify young people with alcohol problems, preventing them from getting the vital help they need. The survey found that over 85 per cent of A&E departments do not routinely ask young people about their alcohol consumption or use formal screening tools to identify those that may need help or advice about their drinking. This is in contravention of NICE guidelines, which suggest that screening followed by feedback of the results is the most effective way to reduce alcohol related harm. University of Surrey. Emergency Medicine Journal

Half of adults with anxiety or depression report chronic pain.  In a survey of adults with anxiety or a mood disorder like depression or bipolar disorder, about half reported experiencing chronic pain. "The dual burden of chronic physical conditions and mood and anxiety disorders is a significant and growing problem," said Silvia Martins, MD, PhD, associate professor of Epidemiology. Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health. Journal of Affective Disorders
Mind-body therapies immediately reduce unmanageable pain. Mindfulness training and hypnotic suggestion significantly reduced acute pain experienced by hospital patients. Patients reported an immediate decrease in pain levels similar to what one might expect from an opioid painkiller. This study is the first to compare the effects of mindfulness and hypnosis on acute pain in the hospital setting. University of Utah Hospital. Journal of General Internal Medicine

Researchers examine brain region that affects drug use habits. Researchers have identified a brain region involved in cocaine addiction. The findings could lead to targeted drugs or improved behavioral treatments for substance addiction, including opioid dependency. University of Iowa. Journal of Neuroscience

linked to physical health decline. A report finds cancer caregivers suffer a steady decline in physical health compared to controls, and that symptoms of depression were the only significant predictor of caregivers' physical health decline. The authors say assessing and addressing depressive symptoms among caregivers early in the cancer survivorship trajectory may help to prevent premature health decline among this important, yet vulnerable population. "Adverse effects of depression on physical health have been well-documented in the general population," write the authors. "These findings extend evidence to the cancer caregiving context, known to have many psychosocial stressors and challenges, and highlight the importance of depression specifically to caregivers' premature physical health decline." Cancer

Riding a romantic roller coaster? Relationship anxiety may be to blame. Loves me, loves me not. Turns out that anxiety over that very question may be detrimental to the long-term success of a relationship. Researchers found that individuals who experience high levels of anxiety about their partner's commitment were likely to experience more volatility in their feelings about the relationship from one day to the next. Furthermore, when women experienced this anxiety, their male partners experienced similar volatility in their feelings about the relationship. Florida State University. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships

Good nutrition, physical training and mental exercises. Physical frailty is common among the elderly and is strongly associated with cognitive impairment, dementia and adverse health outcomes such as disability, hospitalisation, and mortality. A study showed that a combination of nutritional, physical and cognitive interventions can reverse physical frailty in elderly people. Assoc Prof Ng noted, "The important message from our studies is that frailty is not an inevitable part of ageing. There is much that older people can do for themselves to avoid becoming frail and disabled, so it is vital that they pay attention to good quality diet and nutrition, engage in physical exercise, and participate in socially and cognitively stimulating activities." National University of Singapore

Cell phone addiction? A study examined the role parental mediation can play in protecting children from the potential negative effects of smartphone use, comparing the perceived risk and different types of mediation and parenting styles. "The uptick in smartphone use has led to more distracted parenting. It is vital for parents to be good role models for their children to protect them from the possibility of addiction," says Editor-in-Chief Brenda K. Wiederhold, PhD, MBA, BCB, BCN, Interactive Media Institute, San Diego, California and Virtual Reality Medical Institute, Brussels, Belgium. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking

Nearly two-thirds of mothers 'shamed' by others about their parenting skills. Six in 10 mothers of children ages 0-5 say they have been criticized about parenting, on everything from discipline to breast feeding, according to a new report from the C.S. Mott Children's Hospital National Poll on Children's Health at the University of Michigan

Trance: The efficacy of medical hypnosis. Therapeutic hypnosis is an effective and safe complementary technique in surgery and the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome. This is the conclusion of a systematic review by Winfried Häuser and co-authors. The authors systematically reviewed meta-analyses of randomized controlled trials. It emerged that hypnosis was superior to standard treatment in the reduction of emotional stress, pain, time needed for convalescence, and drug consumption associated with medical interventions. Among patients with irritable bowel syndrome, symptoms were relieved more effectively by gut-directed hypnosis than by the treatments in the control groups. In clinical practice hypnosis is already widely used as a complement to modern, safe methods of anesthesia, particularly to minimize anxiety and stress in patients about to undergo surgery. Live or audio file-aided hypnosis can be offered. The use of audio files is also effective in functional gastrointestinal disorders. Furthermore, therapeutic hypnosis is used in dentistry. Deutsches Ärzteblatt International (Dtsch Arztebl Int 2016; 113: 289-96).

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