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Antidepressant dispensing to adolescents and young adults surges during pandemic

Written by | 26 Feb 2024

Antidepressant dispensing to adolescents and young adults increased sharply after the COVID-19 pandemic began – particularly among females – a new study finds. While a growing number of… read more.

Helping patients with low income overcome eating disorders

Written by | 25 Feb 2024

Individuals with eating disorders who have low income are frequently misdiagnosed and lack adequate access to appropriate therapy, according to researchers from Weill Cornell Medicine and Columbia University… read more.

Antidepressant use lower in moms who have support from grandparents

Written by | 20 Feb 2024

Mothers are less likely to take antidepressants if their own parents and parents-in-law are healthy and live close by– a new study finds. On the flip side of… read more.

Doctors quitting over stress and cost of finding suitable childcare

Written by | 18 Feb 2024

Securing suitable childcare for the irregular and long working hours demanded by a medical career is a crippling financial burden and a draining source of stress for doctor… 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.

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.

2 common types of antidepressants were safe for most stroke survivors

Written by | 1 Feb 2024

Most stroke survivors were able to safely take two types of common antidepressants, according to a preliminary study to be presented at the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference… 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.

Aston University research finds peer support vital for those taking medication for severe mental illness

Written by | 10 Dec 2023

Researchers at Aston Pharmacy School have found that people with severe mental illness could benefit from peer support to help them manage their medication and improve their health… read more.

Data presentations for lumateperone and preclinical ITI 1549 at the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology Annual Meeting – Intra-Cellular Therapies

Written by | 10 Dec 2023

Intra-Cellular Therapies, Inc. announced data presentations at the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP) 62nd Annual Meeting . Poster M91 : “Lumateperone in the Treatment of Patients With Major… read more.

Video games may make it easier for teens to discuss mental health

Written by | 27 Nov 2023

Depression is common among young people, but this target group often does not get the help they need. Books, exercise, and other depression prevention programmes do not achieve… read more.

Poor nutrition contributes to poor mental health and risk of diabetes

Written by | 27 Nov 2023

People with diabetes (Diabetes Mellitus) are two-to-three times more likely to have depression than people without, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Current treatment includes therapy, medicine, or… read more.

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