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Depression Health Center

News and Features Related to Depression

  1. Depression Rising, but Psychotherapy Declines

    Dec. 6, 2010 -- More Americans than ever are receiving treatment for depression, but the number getting psychotherapy with or without drugs continues to decline, a national survey finds. Depression treatment rates increased dramatically during the 1990s with the introduction of the selective seroton

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  2. Older Antidepressants Linked to Heart Risk

    Nov. 30, 2010 -- Tricyclic antidepressants have been linked to an increased risk of heart disease in a new study of nearly 15,000 people in Scotland. Researchers from University College London found that tricyclic antidepressants, an older class of antidepressant, were associated with a 35% increase

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  3. New Links Seen Between Depression and Diabetes

    Nov. 22, 2010 -- Depression and diabetes may be linked, according to new research in the Archives of Internal Medicine. "People usually think of these as two isolated conditions, but there is growing evidence that they are linked behaviorally and biologically,” says study researcher Frank Hu, MD, Ph

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  4. PTSD May Raise Risk of Heart Disease

    Nov. 19, 2010 (Chicago) -- Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) appears to be a risk factor for atherosclerosis, a buildup of plaque in the arteries that can lead to a heart attack or stroke, preliminary research suggests. Atherosclerosis was measured using a surrogate -- levels of calcium deposits

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  5. Most Depressed Teens Recover, but Many Relapse

    Nov. 1, 2010 -- Nearly all teenagers treated for major depression will recover, but a new study shows that nearly half will have a recurrence. Researchers found that 96% of depressed teens recovered with treatment. But nearly half relapsed with another episode of major depression within five years,

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  6. Study: Fish Oil Doesn't Affect Postpartum Depression

    Oct. 19, 2010 -- Taking fish oil (DHA) supplements during pregnancy, widely thought to help mothers' moods and children's cognitive skills, does not appear to reduce the risk of postpartum depression of mothers or boost the language development and cognitive skills of their children, according to a

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  7. New Guidelines for Treatment of Depression

    Oct. 1, 2010 -- Updated guidelines for the treatment of clinical depression include suggestions on the use of medication, talk therapy, exercise, and alternative treatments, while urging doctors to more closely assess symptoms and tailor treatments to the patient. The American Psychiatric Associatio

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  8. How Many in U.S. Are Depressed?

    Sept. 30, 2010 -- The CDC says that about 9% of Americans report they are depressed at least occasionally, and 3.4% suffer from major depression. The 9% are people who reported to surveyors that they felt depressed to some degree in the two weeks prior to being questioned. That includes the 3.4% of

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  9. Weight Linked to Depression

    Sept. 24, 2010 -- Nearly a quarter of obese Americans say they have been diagnosed with depression, a significantly higher percentage than normal weight people, according to the latest Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index. The new survey also says that more than one in four American adults who are obe

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  10. Depression, Heart Disease May Raise Death Risk

    Sept. 15, 2010 -- Patients who suffer from depression and who also have heart disease are almost five times as likely to die as people who are mentally and physically healthy, a new study shows. Researchers in England, Finland, France, and the U.S. examined data from about 6,000 middle-aged adults f

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