Antidepressant switching may not be the best way to aid depression patients with no response to the first antidepressant taken.
The patient's lack of anxiety, depression, or psychosis before surgery was taken into consideration prior to DBS treatment.
Schizophrenia patients may benefit from a a specific type of talk therapy, according to a new study from the University of Pennsylvania.
Antipsychotic medications have potential toxic effects but delaying or withholding treatment can lead to worse outcomes.
ADHD in adults can be determined by a 6-question screening tool.
Women with more intense hot flashes were more likely to depressed than women with mild hot flashes.
An increased risk of low-functioning autism occurred in children whose parents migrated from regions with a low human development index during pregnancy.
Walking, sitting in the sun, and writing down things about which one has gratitude can help address depression.
High stress can lead to the weakening of the immune system.
A supercomputer may help identify people susceptible to developing depression.
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