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Specific Protein Level Correlates with Depression During Pregnancy, Birth Defects
Jan 16, 2017
Researchers pinpoint depression biomarker during pregnancy and how to treat it.
Updating Diagnostics, Attitudes, and Treatments Surrounding Borderline Personality Disorder
Dec 23, 2016
There is an urgent need to improve diagnostic abilities and management of borderline personality disorder, despite significant breakthroughs.
Prenatal Vitamin D Could Lower Baby's ADHD Risk, While Some Diabetes Drugs May do the Opposite
Dec 01, 2016
While one study found that taking vitamin D during pregnancy may hinder early ADHD symptoms, another recent study believes that gestational use of diabetes medications may lead to them.
Does Sleep Influence Antidepressant Efficacy?
Nov 28, 2016
Antidepressant remission rates could be influenced by a precise sleeping schedule, according to findings presented in The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry.
HIV Plus Depression Means Higher Mortality Risk
Nov 21, 2016
Depression is associated with cardiac risk factors in HIV-positive people. But does depression make these HIV patients more likely to die?
Girls with ADHD Often have Comorbid Behavioral Disorders
Nov 18, 2016
A recent, large meta-analysis looked at nearly 2,000 girls aged 8 to 13 years, and observed that those with ADHD were at a higher risk for other mental disorders.
Beta Blockers Could Solve Antidepressant Bone Loss Problem
Nov 18, 2016
Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), popularly used as antidepressants, can have a negative impact on bone density. Beta blockers may be able to prevent that.
Age, Education, Health Status Predict Depression Risk in Women with Diabetes
Nov 17, 2016
Analysis of data from a large survey has identified a number of factors that predict depression in women with diabetes and could help physicians provide better care for such patients.
Inadequate Sleep in Children Linked with Increased Risk of Emotional Disorders Later in Life
Nov 04, 2016
MD Magazine Staff
University of Houston researchers suggest that children who experience inadequate or disrupted sleep are more likely to develop depression and anxiety orders later in life.
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