Shekhar Saxena, MD, director of the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse at the World Health Organization, speaks about depression.
Intensive short-term dynamic psychotherapy is tailored to the patient's anxiety tolerance.
Depression in women who have high-stress careers was relieved by a supportive intervention.
Alzheimer's disease risk is not related to a past history of psychiatric disorders.
Walking, sitting in the sun, and writing down things about which one has gratitude can help address depression.
Depression and coping mechanisms play a role in the sexual behavior of teenage heterosexual black adolescents.
Depression scores in patients with vitamin D deficiency did not improve with supplementation.
Bullying may have significant health consequences if not addressed early.
Anxiety is a vulnerability factor for depression in patients with MS.
Pre-screening military personnel after deployment did not affect the presence of mental illness.
Higher anxiety, depression scores for patients are tied to low self-esteem scores.
Results indicate a need for providers to ask depressed patients about their marijuana use.
Weekly sessions of Iyengar yoga and deep breathing exercises can help ease symptoms of depression.
Available data on ketamine use are limited and risks should be considered before its use.
New biological targets can be focused on in order to treat depression.
Doctors who prescribed a particular insomnia medication in the past were 3 times as likely to continue prescribing the same drug.
Findings demonstrate a significant and positive relationship between morphine analgesic response and most psychosocial factors.
Between-drug differences in efficacy were often greater than the difference between treatments and placebo.
There is a need for an accurate tool that is quick to use and easy to implement to diagnose depression in dementia.
Patients with MDD who initially respond to antidepressant medications have a 30% to 50% chance of relapse within a year of initiating treatment.
Providing care for the mental and physical health of people with diabetes will simultaneously improve both outcomes.
PTSD, depression, anxiety, and alcohol misuse among UK military personnel is difficult to reduce.
Expectant and new fathers who are in poor health or have high levels of stress are at increased risk for depression.
Anxiety and depression may have a predictive capacity for some cancer presentations.
Delays in treatment for psychosis can be associated with poorer outcomes.
Further research is necessary to clarify the psychiatric viability of psychedelic use.
Psychiatric comorbidities including depression are a common complication of epilepsy in both children and adults.
Patients with JFM had poorer psychological and health-related outcomes than healthy control patients.
Neuropsychiatric symptoms such as depression and anxiety are common in Parkinson's Disease, but often go unrecognized.
Approximately 20% of HIV patients receive needed antidepressant treatment.
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