Experts provide practical tips to aid in the often-challenging process of incorporating pharmacogenetic testing into clinical practice.
Rheuatology Advisor speaks with a psychologist about addressing mental health in patients with inflammatory arthritis.
Neuropathic pain has been linked with negative outcomes including psychological distress.
Variability in definitions of "anxious depression" in research impedes the ability to make clear comparisons.
Making mental health predictions based on clinical presentation has major limitations.
The age association remained significant after additional adjustments for clinical and social factors such as loneliness and pain. As such, age-specific factors cannot alone explain the poorer MDD course associated with older age.
Investigators sought to determine the frequency of major depressive disorder in patients in epilepsy clinics.
An estimated 37.2% of people in the United States use medications that have an adverse effect of depression.
Negative experiences on social media are more impactful than positive interactions as it relates to depressive symptoms in young adults.
Preliminary generalizations point toward the potential therapeutic efficacy of targeting loneliness and social support for patients.
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