UC San Diego Health Joins Leading National Network Targeting Depressive Illnesses

UC San Diego Health has been designated a member of the National Network of Depression Centers (NNDC), a consortium of leading academic ...

Placebo power: Depressed people who respond to fake drugs get the most help from real ones, U-M study finds

Different levels of brain response to sham treatment could predict resilience in the face of depression, help lead to new treatments ...

Two-drug combo helps older adults with hard-to-treat depression ​

By Jim Dryden - Eric J. Lenze, MD, consults with patient Daniel Viehmann. Lenze led a multicenter study that found that adding a second drug can relieve depression in many older adults whose symptoms don’t resolve after treatment with a standard antidepressant drug. ... Full story

Nursing researchers urge primary healthcare providers to screen for depression and suicide risk in teens

A new paper from nursing researchers with The University of Texas at Arlington and Texas Woman’s University finds that depression and suicide risk screening can assist healthcare providers in preventing suicides in teens. ... Full story

Baylor Study: Cellphones Can Damage Romantic Relationships, Lead to Depression

‘Cellphone use can undermine the bedrock of our happiness – our relationships with our romantic partners,’ researcher says ... Full story

CAMH home to first global centre dedicated to child and youth depression

Today marks the creation of Canada’s new Cundill Centre for Child and Youth Depression and the launch of the #stopsuicide campaign ... Full story

Two-drug combination helps older adults with hard-to-treat depression

First study of its kind ever undertaken in older people with depression ... Full story

Using big data to solve a moody issue

Rachael Hageman Blair, assistant professor of biostatistics, is part of a collaborative team of researchers using big data to improve how mood disorders are classified. ... Full story

Student developing smartphone app to prevent and treat anxiety and depression

Monash University Doctor of Psychology student, David Bakker, is developing a smartphone app, MoodMission, which uses an intuitive and engaging interface to help users learn better ways of coping with low moods and anxious feelings. ... Full story

A new factor in depression? Brain protein discovery could lead to better treatments

Study in humans & rats shows more physical changes in depressed brains ... Full story

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