Post-adoption blues expert on depression screening recommendations

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A new recommendation on screening mothers during pregnancy and postpartum for depression also should include parents who are ...

UBC study finds men with depression often their own toughest critics

Society views men struggling with depression with compassion and understanding, while men view their problems in a very negative light, according to ...

Stress from noise can be short-lived

Underwater noise can negatively impact anti-predator behaviour in endangered eels and increase stress in both eels and European seabass, a new study published in Royal Society Open Science confirms. ... Full story

Diagnosing depression before it starts

Brain scans may identify children who are vulnerable to depression, before symptoms appear. ... Full story

Sight loss patients with depression “routinely overlooked”

New research backs call for depression screening in low vision clinics ... Full story

SLU Research: Long-Term Opioid Use Associated with Increased Risk of Depression

Study led by SLU’s Dr. Jeffrey Scherrer is published in the Annals of Family Medicine ... Full story

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy offers long-term benefits for people with depression

People with depression, that have not responded fully to treatment with antidepressants, benefit from receiving additional cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), a new study has found. ... Full story

Study finds CBT offers long-term benefits for people with depression

People with depression that has not responded fully to treatment with antidepressants benefit long-term from receiving a type of talking therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), given in addition to their usual treatment that includes antidepressant medication, a new study has found. ... Full story

Wage Gap Could Explain Why Women Are More Likely To Be Anxious and Depressed Than Men

Women May Internalize Wage Gap as Reflective of Perceived Inferior Merit ... Full story

Eating poorly and depressed? Yale team finds connection — and maybe a solution

By Bill Hathaway - Eating poorly and stress are tied to an increased risk of depression and anxiety, and in a new study, Yale researchers explain why that happens and suggest a possible solution. ... Full story

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