A significant gender effect was observed in the cohort.
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Time spent on mobile phones and social media may contribute to the rise in depression.
Pregnancy is a major risk factor for stroke in younger women, but not in older women.
Patients with type 2 diabetes and major depressive disorder spent a significant amount of time experiencing depressive episodes.
Those suffering from depression and those diagnosed with temporal lobe epilepsy present with dysfunction across several cognitive domains.
HIV-infected adults with major depressive disorder have a 30% increased risk for acute myocardial infarction.
Results indicate that patients with AUD show significant impairments in social problem resolution task.
New findings suggest shared genetic etiology vs causal relationship in comorbid migraine and depression.
A restricted number of surgical procedures are not associated with increased incidence of chronic opioid use.
The odd relationship may have more to do with the mental disorder than the drugs.
Sixty percent of patients responded to treatment.
The drug was found to work quickly in patients with clinical major depression.
Patients who continue to experience symptoms for a year or longer may not benefit from current therapies.
Depression of some degree is prevalent in a majority of patients with ALS.
Screening recommended for those aged 12 to 18, however there is insufficient evidence to assess for children aged 11 and younger.
While the optimal depression screening timing and interval remains unknown, the USPSTF suggests screening all adults, regardless of risk factors, who have not been screened previously.
A family history of mental illness increases the risk of such disorders in children taking stimulants.
Changes were more pronounced in depressed volunteers.
According to a new poll, 83% of the public think players should have to take a set amount of time off after a head injury to recover.
More robust studies suggest that the prevalence of olfactory dysfunction is significant, ranging from 20% to 45% in the MS population.
Grey matter loss occurred at nearly twice the rate in children with depression compared to those without depression.
Hippocampal DVR was strongly correlated with the Beck’s Depression Inventory score in patients with MS.
A large number of de novo genetic mutations were found in children with congenital defects and neurodevelopmental abnormalities.
Changes to brain structure indicate possible underlying connection to idiopathic major depressive disorder.
Depression, substance abuse, and suicidal ideation are commonly reported in patients who have chronic pain.
A combination of nonpharmacologic and pharmacologic therapies will help manage this far-reaching disorder.
There was insufficient evidence to recommend screening in children aged 11 and younger.
The data, which has yet to be peer-reviewed, may have implications for drug research.
Symptoms may become more severe as neurological health declines with age.
Patients who experienced only one episode of major depression did not show any signs of hippocampal volume reduction
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