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    1. The Ups And Downs of Depression Treatment

      Depression can be like an old blanket -- a smothering, sometimes comforting cloak between you and the world. Unfortunately, getting free of its symptoms is not as simple as crawling out from under the blanket. Most people experience ups and downs in the journey from depression. The fluctuations are

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    2. Generic Antidepressants: What You Need to Know

      The Food and Drug Administration sees no difference between brand-name and generic medications for depression. Most psychiatrists readily prescribe generics as effective copies of the original. That said, it is not at all rare for patients who switch to a generic from a brand-name medication to expe

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    3. Unhappy With Your Antidepressant?

      If you’ve ever taken an antidepressant, you know that the first several days or even weeks can be rough. Antidepressants take time to work and some can cause unpleasant side effects like dizziness, nausea, sweaty palms, and diarrhea. When you put all that together, you may start to doubt the value o

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    4. Suicides Go Up When Economy Goes Down

      April 14, 2011 -- The suicide rate in the United States rises when the economy slumps, and falls when economic times improve. And this has been the case at least since the Great Depression, which started with the stock market crash of 1929, the CDC says in a new study. “Knowing suicides increased du

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    5. Stress and Depression

      Stress is good for you. It keeps you alert, motivated and primed to respond to danger. As anyone who has faced a work deadline or competed in a sport knows, stress mobilizes the body to respond, improving performance. Yet too much stress, or chronic stress may lead to major depression in susceptible

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    6. Recall of Generic Citalopram, Finasteride

      March 28, 2011 -- Pfizer subsidiary Greenstone LLC has recalled some of its generic citalopram antidepressant and its generic prostate drug finasteride because of a label switch. The recall includes citalopram 10-milligram tablets in a 100-count bottle and finasteride 5-milligram tablets in a 90-cou

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    7. Treating Depressed Moms Helps Kids’ Depression

      March 15, 2011 -- Children who live with depressed moms are at high risk for depression, but successful treatment of the mother greatly improves the prospects for her child, a study shows. The study followed 80 depressed mothers and their children over time. It showed that depression symptoms, behav

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    8. Parenting Suffers When Dad Has Depression

      March 14, 2011 -- It’s not uncommon for fathers to experience at least one episode of major depression within the first year of a child’s life, a new study shows. The study also found that dads with depression were nearly four times more likely to spank their babies and about half as likely to read

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    9. Coping With Side Effects of Depression Treatment

      If you are being treated for moderate to severe depression, a doctor or psychiatrist has probably prescribed an antidepressant medication for you. When they work properly, they help to relieve symptoms and, along with other approaches such as talk therapy, are an important part of treatment. One way

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    10. Depression After Miscarriage Can Linger

      March 3, 2011 -- Feelings of depression and anxiety following a miscarriage may last for almost three years after the birth of a healthy baby, finds a new study in the British Journal of Psychiatry. “Health providers and women themselves think that once they have a healthy baby after a loss, all wou

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