A correlation was found between undertaking regular leisure-time exercise and reduced incidence of future depression but not anxiety.
Clinicians prescribing antidepressants may need to consider augmenting monotherapy with another agent.
Advancements in smartphone technology may present an opportunity to help patients manage depressive symptoms.
After the inclusion of recent negative studies, a statistically significant association between AD use and diabetes was observed.
In patients with depressive symptoms, vitamin D deficiency with no additional supplements had the highest depressive score at 6 months and shortest cardiac event-free survival.
The goal of the screening test is to make users more aware of depression and encourage them to seek treatment.
Research reveals an adverse effect of sugar intake from sweet foods and beverages on long-term psychological health.
Researchers found no difference in outcomes between older and younger adults undergoing transcranial magnetic stimulation for depression.
Researchers found an association between poor metabolic health and depression, regardless of weight status.
The annual screening could decrease negative health outcomes and may be a cost-effective way to reduce complications.
Researchers found that back pain patients are also more likely to get higher doses of opioids.
Ketamine may alleviate depression, pain, and adverse effects associated with opioid treatment.
An earlier diagnosis of depression is associated with having a longer delay in conversion to bipolar disorder.
The response to lurasidone between baseline and 2 weeks indicates later treatment success in bipolar depression.
A tai chi program significantly reduced symptoms of depression in Chinese-American patients with mild to moderate depression.
Physician education in depression recognition and treatment and restricting access to lethal methods have significant data supporting their effectiveness in suicide prevention.
Considering BMI and sex could help tailor antidepressant choices to improve remission from depression.
The findings show no significant difference among sertraline monotherapy, lithium monotherapy, or a combination of the 2 medications.
Serum concentration levels of several antidepressants were lower in cigarette smokers compared with nonsmokers.
Reducing postpartum depression involves universal screening and appropriate referral and treatment by clinicians.
Women with a good recovery after stroke and a moderate level of optimism had a 0.40‐fold reduction in the odds of developing new-onset poststroke depression.
Depression is common in patients receiving chronic hemodialysis but seems to be ineffectively treated.
Researchers measured vital status records to ascertain death from 16 site-specific malignancies.
Among all women, PPD risk increased with advanced age and gestational diabetes.
Men with diabetes, but not women, had excess mortality risk associated with depression and anxiety.
Some aspects of depression literacy were lower among patients with depression.
Two studies found that psilocybin (magic mushrooms) treatment was effective for anxiety and depression.
Electroconvulsive therapy is effective for depression in patients with suicidal ideation and resistance to other treatments.
About one-third of patients with MCI are also diagnosed with depression.
The researchers found that the prevalence of anxiety was 21.3% and depression 27.2% in patients with HH.