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.
Combat veterans face an elevated risk of developing PTSD and comorbid depression, which severely affects quality of life.
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.
Patients who experienced only one episode of major depression did not show any signs of hippocampal volume reduction
Those with increased connectivity had lower BDI scores following treatment and over time.