Depression

Some Depressed Outpatients Who Are Not Assessed to be in Remission, Consider Themselves In Remission

A study in Depression and Anxiety by researchers from Brown Medical School, Rhode Island, examined how many mildly symptomatic depressed […]

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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) For Major Depression: A Naturalistic Study

In one of the first studies to look at transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) in real-world clinical practice settings, researchers confirmed […]

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Personalized Medicine in Psychiatry

How close are we to implementing the idea of personalized medicine in psychiatry? Next year the International Congress on Neuropsychopharmacology […]

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Negative symptoms and depression predict poorer psychological well-being in individuals with schizophrenia

A study published in Comprehensive Psychiatry evaluated the impact of negative symptoms and depression on psychological well-being in individuals with […]

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Neurologists Tend to Underdiagnose Depression and Cognitive Problems in Patients With Parkinson’s Disease

Non-motor symptoms in Parkinson’s Disease (PD) generally tend to be under-diagnosed compared to motor problems. Some studies have compared different […]

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Computerized 3D Self-help Intervention for Adolescent Depression

According to a study published in BMJ, adolescents suffering from depression can benefit just as much from specialized computer therapy […]

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Linking Mental Illness To Chronic Physical Illness Risk

Results from a study by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) demonstrated that individuals aged 18 and older […]

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Alzheimer’s Biomarker and Major Depression

Research published in the American Journal of Psychiatry demonstrates that elderly patients who are cognitively intact and diagnosed with major […]

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