Up to 30% of patients with HIV are resistant to standard interventions for depression.
Early adherence is an especially problematic, significant and modifiable barrier to quality care for depression.
Antidepressants categorized as potentially inappropriate medication for elderly patients were associated with an increased risk of dementia.
Patient behavior is affected with factors associated with readmission in THA patients.
About 25% of adults are detached from the workplace after being discharged for MI.
Researchers sought to determine whether psychological states are associated with recurrent chest pain.
A sense of belonging and connectivity are associated with a reduced incidence of paranoia and depression.
For people with chronic pain, psychological interventions have been helpful.
Researchers examined whether the risk of relapse or time to relapse was related to type of anxiety disorder, duration of previous treatment, and other factors.
A study examined the efficacy and safety of SNRIs and SSRIs in children and adolescents.
There is a reduced risk of depression in the future with regular exercise.
There is no conclusive evidence that antidepressants reduce chronic non-cancer pain in pediatric patients.
An inverse relationship was shown between antidepressant medication adherence and all-cause mortality in Parkinson's patients.
Perfectionist tendencies are positively associated with suicide attempts and ideation.
Montelukast may be associated with depression, aggression, nightmares, and headaches.
The number of suicide attempts has risen in younger adults with less formal education and with mental illness.
People with an elevated polygenic risk of major depressive disorder may be at risk for alcohol dependence.
Measuring cognitive function is important because it may be possible to improve it directly and independently by some treatment modalities.
Research has shown psychotic experiences to be associated with subsequent suicidal thoughts and behaviors, particularly in children younger than 12.
Maternal history of depression may be associated with child health-related quality of life.
There is more evidence that links antidepressant drug use with T2D.
Patients with major depressive episodes who also have hypovitaminosis D are more prone to cognitive impairment.
Michael Thase, MD, discusses therapy options as well as side effect management for individuals with major depressive disorder.
Aspirin use offered no significant protection against the development of depressive symptoms.
Frequent cannabis use was shown to be associated with an increased risk of major depressive disorder and suicidal ideation.
Scores for both anxiety and depression are associated with low BMD.
In young adults, MDD, GAD, and SSRI use is associated with bone metabolism.
Clinicians prescribing antidepressants may need to consider augmenting their therapy with another agent.
SSRI use is associated with an increased risk for bleeding.
Mixed state does not increase the risk for suicidal behavior beyond the risk associated with the depressive component.
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