The chances of starting treatment were doubled for patients under 44 years compared to patients older than 60.
For major depressive disorder patients in remission, cognitive behavioral therapy is an effective intervention for relapse prevention at either short- or long-term follow-up.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has updated clinical practice guidelines to assist primary care clinicians in the management of adolescent depression.
Some of the most effective antidepressants included agomelatine, amitriptyline, escitalopram, and mirtazapine.
Sertraline and group cognitive behavioral therapy have similar long-term antidepressant effects in the treatment of mild to moderate depression.
Depression less common in as family income increased and less common in non-Hispanic Asians.
Prolonged exposure therapy reduced PTSD symptom severity more than minimal-contact control.
Depressive symptoms at the time of treatment planning can predict overall 2 year mortality in patients with head and neck cancer.
Positive emotions and low levels of depression after a cardiovascular disease (CVD) event are associated with low risk for mortality during a 15-year period.
Ranging definitions of anxiety associated with depression have caused variations in findings.
US Surgical residents have severe stress and high burnout levels during general training.
Differences in refusal rates for pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy were particularly evident for depressive disorders, panic disorder, and social anxiety disorder.
The position statement provides recommendations for psychosocial assessment and care of individuals with diabetes.
Survey results revealed that only 28.7% of patients with depression receive any treatment.
The number needed to treat was 5.9 for sertraline vs placebo to prevent depression after a traumatic brain injury.
Teenagers assigned to receive CBT treatment recovered 8 weeks faster than those receiving only standard care.
Moderate-quality evidence shows that both methods are efficacious in treating MDD.