Therapeutic response to antidepressants is highly variable, which may be partially due to associated side effects.
Preemies may possess elevated levels of characteristics that put them at risk for peer victimization, including more anxiety and depression.
New tools and therapies are available for the approximately 6 million US adults with panic disorder.
Patients with sleep apnea appear to be predisposed to panic disorder, based on a study conducted in Taiwan.
A new spectrum disorder, known by the acronym ALPIM, associates panic disorder with several physical illnesses.
Meta-analysis finds that 45% of patients with bipolar disorder will develop an anxiety disorder in their lifetime.
Losing a loved one leads to an elevated risk of developing depression, panic disorder and PTSD.
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