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In Young People With Depression, Adding Medication to CBT Doesn't Improve First-Line Treatment
August 12, 2019
Adding fluoxetine to cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) did not reduce depressive symptoms in young people with moderate-to-severe major depressive disorder, researchers say.
Are SSRIs Effective Only for Severe Depression?
July 29, 2019
Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) may effectively treat non-severe depression, but the effect would not be apparent with the commonly used rating scale, researchers say.
Connectivity of Brain Pain Networks Changes With Antidepressant Treatment
July 18, 2019
The functional connectivity of brain networks associated with the experience of pain changes with antidepressant treatment of adults with persistent depressive disorder, researchers report.
Caregiver Depression Tied to More ER Visits for Dementia Patients
July 09, 2019
Psychiatric Adverse Events Common With Isotretinoin
July 09, 2019
Suicidal Bupropion Overdosing in Teens Has Worse Outcomes Than SSRI Overdosing
July 05, 2019
Lower Doses Best for Most Second-Generation Antidepressants
June 21, 2019
NEW YORK—The optimal doses for the most commonly used second-generation antidepressants are at the lower range of their licensed doses, according to a new systematic review and meta-analysis.
Physical Un-Fitness Linked With Depression, Anxiety in Middle-Aged Women
June 19, 2019
Mid-life women with weak upper and lower body fitness may be more prone to depression and anxiety, a study from Singapore suggests.
Esketamine Nasal Spray Prevents Relapse of Treatment-Resistant Depression
June 14, 2019
NEW YORK—Esketamine nasal spray, added to oral antidepressant treatment, helps to prevent relapse in patients with treatment-resistant depression, according to results from the SUSTAIN-1 randomized trial.
Chronic Depression After Heart Attack Tied to Increased Risk of Death
June 12, 2019
Heart attack survivors with chronic mood disorders may be more likely to die prematurely than their counterparts who don't suffer these problems, a recent study suggests.
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