Investigators searched publication databases for randomized controlled trials evaluating cognitive training and remediation interventions among patients with MDD.
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Researchers seek to evaluate whether trauma-focused therapy adjunctive to treatment as usual (TAU) leads to a greater reduction of depressive symptoms posttreatment vs TAU exclusively in patients with major depressive disorder with childhood trauma.
Researchers evaluated the efficacy of dextromorphan-bupropion among patients with major depressive disorder and comorbid anxiety.
Better baseline cardiovascular health and improvement in cardiovascular health over seven years tied to lower 19-year risk for depression
The Alpha-Stim-D trial was a noncommercial, multicenter, randomly assigned, parallel group, double-blind trial conducted at 25 primary care practices in the United Kingdom.
Investigators sought to assess associations for US Army soldiers bullied by fellow soldiers with mental health outcomes.
American College of Physicians recommends monotherapy with cognitive therapy or second-generation antidepressant for patients in acute phase of moderate-to-severe depression
Researchers compared grey matter volume patterns in adult patients with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and bipolar disorder.
Researchers compared the white matter networks of patients with remitted major depressive disorder and remitted bipolar disorder to find disease-specific alterations.
However, no corresponding increase seen in mental health treatment
Adults with major depressive disorder and a history of childhood trauma can still benefit from recommended depression treatments.
Investigators sourced data for this study from the Stockholm Major Depressive Disorder Cohort. Between 2010 and 2018, all patients in the Stockholm region who met the criteria for MDD were enrolled in the cohort.
Researchers assessed characteristics and correlates of metabolic syndrome in adolescents with major depressive disorder or bipolar disorder depression.
Patients who had treatment-naïve MDD were recruited in the US between 2007 and 2013 for the Predictors of Remission in Depression to Individual and Combined Treatments (PReDICT) study.
Treatment-resistant depression episodes tied to more psychiatric comorbid conditions, health care utilization, self-harm, and all-cause mortality
Investigators looked into which treatment fared better for patients with anxiety disorders: a mindfulness-based stress reduction intervention or escitalopram.
Reduction in caregiver depressive symptoms may have positive impact on child asthma outcomes, partially mediated by child depressive symptom severity
Researchers examined correlations between suicidal ideation and suicide attempt history in patients with treatment-resistant depression following ketamine infusion.
Screening for MDD recommended for teens aged 12 to 18 years; anxiety screening recommended for children aged 8 to 18 years
Inpatients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders were randomly assigned to receive treatment as usual with or without a yoga-based group intervention for 4 weeks.
The REAL-ESK study was an observational, retrospective, multicenter study conducted in Italy.
Researchers sought to characterize real-world efficacy of repeated ketamine infusions for treatment-resistant bipolar depression assessing symptoms of depression, anxiety, suicidality, and functioning.
Investigators aimed to evaluate the efficacy of combined treatment (antidepressants plus STPP) vs antidepressants (with or without brief supportive psychotherapy) on depressive symptoms in adults in acute-phase depression.
Can reducing RNT with psychological treatment approaches help improve youth depression and anxiety?
Authors say the health of family caregivers should be monitored in clinical practices
All 10 children in small study showed symptom improvement as reported by child, parent, therapist
Sharp increases in depression seen among teens, young adults from 2015 to 2019
Researchers investigated whether individuals with symptoms of depression were more sensitive to missed opportunities.
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