Research compared physical exercise and antidepressant treatment for depression among the elderly
Researchers recruited 347 participants aged 65 and older, with a clinical history…
Study compares psilocybin with escitalopram for the treatment of depression
The study was publicized in the New England Journal of Medicine.
African-American women with hypertension more likely to be diagnosed with depression
Researchers studied more than 300 African-American women in mid-adulthood regarded as having…
Study assesses depression screening tools among patients with kidney failure
The study was conducted at the American Society of Nephrology.
Crohn’s disease linked to a higher prevalence of depression
The study unveiled that patients are at a higher likelihood of diagnosis…
Women are more likely to be diagnosed with depression and anxiety
The study appeared in the journal Gaceta Sanitaria.
New research finds no evidence dietary intervention alleviates depressive symptoms
The new findings involved 24 narrative reviews, 12 systematic reviews, and 14…
Women are more depressed in societies not advocating for gender equality
The study was released in the Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology.
Anxiety and depression results in substantial volumetric brain differences
The study was published in the Journal of Psychiatry and Neuroscience.
New research examines the association between inflammation and depression
The study was conducted in collaboration with IRCCS Istituto Centro San Giovanni…
Perceiving the cause of depression as biological could influence beliefs and stigma about the condition
In the study, publicized in the Journal of Mental Health, 319 participants…
Prenatal alcohol exposure might be linked to offspring depression
The study probed over 14,000 pregnant women, a small portion of which…