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New study reveals links between social anxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts in adolescents

Written by | 11 Jun 2024

Peer-reviewed – Observational study – People Adolescents who experience higher levels of social anxiety symptoms are more likely to report increased suicidal thoughts and other depressive symptoms two… read more.

Air pollution and depression linked with heart disease deaths in middle-aged adults

Written by | 30 Apr 2024

A study in more than 3,000 US counties, with 315 million residents, has suggested that air pollution is linked with stress and depression, putting under-65-year-olds at increased risk… read more.

Low intensity exercise linked to reduced depression

Written by | 28 Apr 2024

New research has found a significant association between participating in low to moderate intensity exercise and reduced rates of depression. Researchers from Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) carried out… read more.

Weight training improves symptoms of anxiety and depression in old people, study confirms

Written by | 13 Apr 2024

Weight training can help reduce body fat and increase muscle strength and mass in older people, contributing to functional autonomy and avoidance of falls and injury. Furthermore, recent… read more.

FDA clearance of Rejoyn the first prescription digital therapeutic authorized in the U.S. for the treatment of major depressive disorder – Otsuka

Written by | 10 Apr 2024

Otsuka Pharmaceutical, Co. Ltd. and Click Therapeutics, Inc., announce that the FDA has cleared Rejoyn (developed as CT-152), the first prescription digital therapeutic authorized in the U.S. for… read more.

Rapid rise seen in mental health diagnosis and care during and after pregnancy

Written by | 2 Apr 2024

Mental health issues during pregnancy or the first year of parenthood have a much greater chance of getting detected and treated now than just over a decade ago,… read more.

People with depression see no immediate change from common GP assessment, study shows

Written by | 30 Mar 2024

A commonly used questionnaire adopted by GPs to monitor the treatment of depression does not provide any immediate benefits to patients, a new study has found. Primary care… read more.

Cardiovascular disease risk higher for depressed women than men

Written by | 14 Mar 2024

Researchers report that depressed patients have an increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD), and that more women than men experience CVD after a depression diagnosis. The findings… read more.

Artificial intelligence helps predict whether antidepressants will work in patients

Written by | 8 Feb 2024

In patients with major depression disorder it is, thanks to use of artificial intelligence, now possible to predict within a week whether an antidepressant will work. With the… read more.

Mild Covid-19 infections make insomnia more likely, especially in people with anxiety or depression

Written by | 6 Feb 2024

Although most patients diagnosed with Covid-19 will quickly recover, some people experience symptoms that linger well after they start testing negative again — including insomnia. Scientists already knew… read more.

Equivalency of drug and non-drug therapy for depression in heart failure

Written by | 3 Feb 2024

To treat depression in heart failure, patients can receive with similar efficacy either behavioral activation psychotherapy or antidepressant drug therapy, researchers report. The findings appeared on Jan.17, 2024… read more.

Can an app improve your romantic relationship?

Written by | 19 Dec 2023

Half of all marriages in the United States are likely to fail by the time the spouses reach their 50s. Understandably, many couples are looking for ways to avoid becoming… read more.

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