Mors et al derive comprehensive and precise estimates of the incidence rate of and lifetime risk for any mental disorder and a range of specific mental disorders in a nationwide study of the Danish population.
This longitudinal, population-based study investigates whether differences in cardiac autonomic function as indexed by resting heart rate and blood pressure are associated with psychiatric disorders during the lifetime of men in Sweden.
This nationwide cohort study investigates whether the use of hormonal contraception is positively associated with subsequent use of antidepressants and a diagnosis of depression among women in Denmark.
This population cohort study uses national Danish registry data to investigate associations between hospitalization with infection and risk of death by suicide.
This cohort study examines the association between eating disorders and suicide attempts, with further analyses of familial associations as risk factors.
This cohort study, using a national longitudinal registry, estimates mortality risk of persons with obsessive-compulsive disorder compared with those without this disorder.
Fazel and coauthors examine the relationship between traumatic brain injury and premature mortality and determine the role of psychiatric comorbidity.
By linking population records for psychiatric disorders, McGrath et al determine the relative influence of maternal vs paternal age and older vs younger parents with respect to different mental health disorders in their offspring.