Tag Archives: 2020

Weekly Roundup for JULY 24, 2020: Recent Publications in Women’s Mental Health

PMS AND PMDD No articles this week INFERTILITY AND MENTAL HEALTH No articles this week PSYCHIATRIC ILLNESS DURING PREGNANCY Meeting Maternal Mental Health Needs During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Hermann A, Fitelson EM, Bergink V.  JAMA Psychiatry. 2020 Jul 15.  The Effects of Antepartum Depressive Symptoms on Postcesarean Opioid Consumption. Walker Z, Perkins C, Harper L,… Read More »

More Americans Pivot to Distancing and Mask-Wearing in the Hot Summer of 2020

With growing coronavirus case hotspots in southern and western states, more Americans perceive the pandemic is worsening this summer, shown by a Gallup poll published 20 July 2020. Gallup titles the analysis, Americans’ social distancing steady as pandemic worsens. The first table organizes Gallup’s data by demographics, illustrating a significant gap between how women perceive… Read More »

From Dr. Fauci to Peloton, Healthcare and Wellness Baked Into Ad Age’s Top 20 Brands for 2020

Advertising Age announced their list of the top 20 brands in 2020 this week. Ad Age’s lens on these was heavily tinted by consumers’ lives coping with the coronavirus pandemic: “The coronavirus has brought new attention to typically boring, decades-old consumer staples, while hastening the rise of digital newcomers that were only just beginning to… Read More »

Top 13 Handbags for 2020!

By Charlene Bazarian and Trisha Pallotta Whether you are a weekend warrior or a full-time fitness enthusiast, you should not have to sacrifice style while living your fit lifestyle.  “Athleisure wear” has taken its rightful place as the new contemporary wardrobe of choice for women on the move, and the fashion industry has taken notice… Read More »

Weekly Roundup for JUNE 12, 2020: Recent Publications in Women’s Mental Health

Trajectories of Insomnia Symptoms and Associations with Mood and Anxiety from Early Pregnancy to the Postpartum. Sedov ID, Tomfohr-Madsen LM. Behavioral Sleep Medicine, 2020. Three trajectory groups were identified. A no insomnia group (42.3%) in which women reported consistently low insomnia symptoms. A subclinical insomnia group (44.3%) in which women reported subclinical symptoms which briefly… Read More »