Implementing mental health services early on in pediatric oncology patients has significant benefits, as managing such distress before symptom severity worsens creates better short- and long-term outcomes.
A large number of non-pregnant women of child-bearing age have untreated depression.
Bullying and maltreatment may be factors that explain the high pregnancy levels in teenage sexual minorities.
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.
Chronicity of depression is associated with increased likelihood of failure along the continuum of HIV care.
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.
Prazosin does not alleviate distressing dreams or improve sleep quality among veterans with chronic posttraumatic stress disorder
In patients undergoing TAVR or SAVR, approximately 1 in 3 had depressive symptoms at baseline and a higher risk of short-term and midterm mortality.
A significant affiliation between symptoms of anxiety and a decrease in episodic memory was reported in healthy seniors 60 years and older.
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.
Between 2008 and 2015 there was an increase in the number of US adults who received outpatient mental health care in the specialty sector.
Apathy and depressive symptoms are independently associated with incident dementia in community-dwelling older people.
Researchers recommend 7 online tools and mobile apps to help healthcare professionals reduce stress, burnout, depression, and suicidal behaviors.
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.
Practicing after childbirth, wage gaps, and additional work from home are some of the factors that cause burnout in female physicians.
Ranging definitions of anxiety associated with depression have caused variations in findings.
Dermatologists across Europe tend to underestimate mood disorders in their patients.
Relatively modest changes in population levels of exercise may have important public mental health beneﬁts and prevent a substantial number of new cases of depression.
Although awareness of physician burnout has increased, the problem continues to affect medical students, residents, and practicing physicians.
Researchers sought to determine how much has changed since the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology first reported on sexual harassment two decades ago.
Heart rate variability and specific inflammatory biomarkers can differentiate major depressive disorder from depression in bipolar disorder.
Venlafaxine was superior to lithium in reducing symptoms of both bipolar II, depression, and anxiety.
A combination of psychoeducation, cognitive-based therapy, visualization, and breathing exercises may represent a tolerable and readily accepted complementary therapeutic approach for adolescent patients with chronic pain.
Youths receiving dual therapy for depression had the highest incidence of attempted suicide compared with those receiving monotherapy.
The US Food and Drug Administration has approved Abilify MyCite, which contains an ingestible sensor that records whether or not the medication was taken.