Roseroot Herb Shows Promise as Potential Depression Treatment Option, Penn Team Finds

Study is the First Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Comparison Trial of Oral R. Rosea Extract Versus Conventional Antidepressant for Mild to Moderate Major ...

Georgetown Doctors Discuss Approaches to Depression

Although everyone experiences periods of sadness, most people manage to climb out of these states over time. However, as many as one ...

Scientists work towards depression diagnostic

Scientists at QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute are using cutting-edge imaging and information technology to develop a diagnostic test for major depressive disorders (MDD). ... Full story

Low vitamin D levels and depression linked in young women, new OSU study shows

CORVALLIS, Ore. – A new study from Oregon State University suggests there is a relationship between low levels of vitamin D and depression in otherwise healthy young women. ... Full story

Meta-study shows that the experience of time is altered in depression

Psychologists at Mainz University have documented the differences in the way that depressed individuals subjectively assess the flow of time and evaluate the duration of specific time intervals ... Full story

SLU Scientist Finds Higher Opioid Doses Associated with Increase in Depression

Scherrer hopes further studies will lead to improved pain management ... Full story

Could yoga lessen prenatal depression?

A community-based prenatal yoga program may be an acceptable, safe, and effective intervention to reduce the symptoms of depression among pregnant women, according to initial results from a small pilot study. The results suggest that further research is warranted, the authors said. ... Full story

Can Intensive Mindfulness Training Improve Depression?

New Rochelle, NY —Depression affects about 350 million people worldwide and is the leading cause of disability. Mindfulness training is a promising approach to decreasing depressive symptoms. ... Full story

Depression symptoms of African-American cancer patients may be under-recognized, study finds

Case Western Reserve University nurse scientist Amy Zhang, who has long examined quality-of-life issues in cancer patients, wondered whether depression in African-American cancer patients has been under-recognized for treatment. ... Full story

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