Self-esteem improved after 5 years in surgical group, but no improvement seen in overall mood.
Twenty-nine percent of women met criteria for posttraumatic stress one month after pregnancy loss.
In an analysis of polygenic risk scores, the researchers identified significant overlap between anxiety and major depressive disorder, as well as PTSD.
Depression severity was correlated with dietary quality in patients who reported appetite loss.
Study also shows declining perception of cannabis use-related risks.
While claims about the benefits of Vivitrol were clearly presented in the ad, serious risks, such as vulnerability to opioid overdose, were not communicated.
No serious, long-lasting side effects seen for treatment of resistant depression.
Researchers sought to assess long-term effects of a primary care management intervention on outcomes of sepsis survivors.
The authors of the meta-analysis caution that mental illness should be taken seriously nonetheless, adding that better treatment availability and awareness may account for some of the perception of increased prevalence.
Researchers sought to estimate the risk for recurrent febrile seizures and whether there is an association between recurrent febrile seizures and the development of epilepsy, psychiatric disorders, and death later in life.
Depression and obesity are commonly seen together, with obesity increasing the risk for depression and depression making weight loss harder.
Researchers found evidence for a divergent association between lifetime MDD and the prevalence and severity of symptoms in patients with migraine.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted Fast Track designation to an investigational intranasal formulation of racemic ketamine for the potential treatment of acute suicidal ideation and behavior in patients with major depressive disorder.
The study emphasizes the necessity of further research concerning a treatment that is increasingly being legalized and applied to a wide range of medical conditions.
Pediatricians are likely to encounter children of undocumented parents during practice, making it essential for practitioners to be aware of the unique vulnerabilities faced by this population, as well as appropriate clinical procedure.
Symptoms of depression are associated with oral contraceptive use in 16-year-old girls compared with adolescents and young women up to 25 years of age.
The authors examined 3 hypotheses: internalized stigma would be a stronger predictor of barriers to seeking mental health care than perceived stigma, alienation would be a stronger predictor of barriers than other components, and depression severity would modify the relationship of depression stigma and barriers to care.
Authors say there is need for early follow-up care and attention to risk reduction strategies.
Researchers used patient databases to investigate the association between obesity treatment interventions with a dietary component and the change in symptoms of depression and anxiety in pediatric patients who were overweight or obese.
Depression is linked to increased clinical burden in patients with COPD.