Results from the 60-year Stirling County State Study have reported depression remains strongly associated with a higher risk of early death in men and women, despite increased awareness of mental illness, with this risk increasing for women in recent years.
Depression, anxiety, and stress severities in multiple sclerosis patients using injectable vs. oral treatments
This study measures severities of depression, anxiety and stress, and compares them to the used disease-modifying treatment.
This study generates a novel dataset of associations for disorders such as major depression and schizophrenia, providing a global perspective for their genetic etiology.
The hypothesis that antidepressant response has a relevant genetic component was initially suggested by the observation that this phenotype clusters in families.
How effective are non-invasive brain stimulation techniques on the symptoms of psychiatric disorders? How far has the field come, and what’s next?
Study also finds that information predictive of major depressive disorder is distributed across brain networks, rather than being highly localized.
Study indicates deep brain stimulation can alleviate the long-term symptoms for patients suffering from treatment-resistant depression.
New research describes how eugeroic drug modafinil may improve the memory of individuals recovering from depression.
Comparative risk of hip fractures in elderly nursing home patients with depression using paroxetine and other selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors
In this research article, the authors evaluate the comparative safety of paroxetine and other SSRIs for the risk of hip fractures, finding no differential risk.
Meta-analysis shines a spotlight on the potential use of anti-inflammatories for the treatment of depression.