Most Recent Articles by Laura Stiles
This research provides further support to compelling data linking inflammation and depression.
The researchers believe this study is the first to detect a statistically significant, unexpected inverse association between efavirenz use and depression.
The researchers found significant advantages from dialectical behavior therapy in all primary outcomes.
The Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson have announced the results of 2 long-term phase 3 clinical trials examining esketamine nasal spray in patients with treatment-resistant depression.
Widespread use of antidepressants may be contributing to long-term increased risk for weight gain.
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