Transcranial direct current stimulation treats depression more effectively than placebo, but did not outperform escitalopram.
The risk for mood disorders increases with the more sugar consumed from beverages and food.
Suicidal ideation in patients is often missed by psychiatrists who use questions biased toward confirming patients are not suicidal.
Pregnant women with bipolar disorder receiving psychotropic medication did not experience less functional impairment and symptom burden.
Contrary to common belief, the prevalence of depression in older adults does not decrease with age.
Emergency departments may reduce subsequent suicide attempts and risk, according to multiple university studies.
Intellectual disability might be associated with other factors such as parental age and the mother's psychiatric disorders.
Age alone should not be considered a contraindication or poor prognostic indicator for TMS therapy.
Depressive symptoms were predicted over time in metabolically unhealthy individuals.
Depression's effect at 2 points before breast cancer diagnosis was studied for the first time.
Women exposed to estrogen for longer time periods have a lower risk of depression.
Antidepressants were more strongly associated with cases of autism that didn't include intellectual disability.
Well-intentioned parents may not realize that it is terrifying for a youngster to be left without any parental direction, even if the child does not act scared.
OCS is a potential course specifier signaling unfavorable outcomes in anxiety and depression.
Atopic dermatitis is associated with depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation.
Patients with type 2 diabetes showed decreased negative health outcomes with annual depression screening.
Complications from anesthesia, postpartum hemorrhage, and thromboembolism are at a higher risk for first time mothers with JIA.
Young adults with child-onset SLE are at high risk for major depression that affects 50% of young adults.
Concomitant SSRI/SNRI use was associated with an increased diabetes risk in AAP-treated young people.
Depressed patients do not necessarily experience improvements in psychosocial functioning with ECT.
Neuropsychiatric adverse event rates, including anxiety and depression, were low and comparable with deutetrabenazine.
Patients with depression can benefit from online cognitive behavior therapy programs.
In patients with treatment-resistant depression, vagus nerve stimulation was more effective than treatment as usual.
Lurasidone was linked with improvements in depression and anxiety in patients with major depressive disorder with mixed features and co-occurring anxiety.
Major depressive disorder could find a potential new treatment in SAGE-217, which received FDA fast track designation.
PCOS is associated with an increased risk for moderate to severe depression or anxiety, requiring increased screening for these conditions.
Postpartum PTSD is an area with limited physician knowledge.
Stress is the key link between occupation and presentation of mental illness.
Mental disorders and psychotropic medication use are associated with an increased risk for fracture but are not fully captured by FRAX tool.
Increased rates of depression in the United States could be at least partially due to the dietary shift away from omega-3 consumption.
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