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Depression Health Center

News and Features Related to Depression

  1. Coping Skills May Reduce Teen Depression

    June 2, 2009 -- Teaching at-risk teens skills to help them identify negative thinking and better deal with their problems can reduce the incidence of depression, new research confirms. The study compared outcomes among teens who were and were not enrolled in a cognitive behavioral therapy program. W

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  2. Are Antidepressant Warnings Causing Harm?

    June 1, 2009 -- Federal warnings about potentially dangerous and even deadly risks of antidepressant drugs may be doing more harm than good, new research suggests. Since the FDA issued its first in a series of warnings in October 2003 about increased risk of suicidal thoughts or actions in children

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  3. Poor Workplace Climate Linked to Depression

    April 9, 2009 -- Tension, backbiting, and poor team spirit at the workplace may increase the risk for depression, a new study says. Researchers questioned a randomly selected sample of 3,347 Finnish workers aged 30-64 in 2000 and 2001. Each person was asked to rate team climate in the workplace on a

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  4. Heart Disease Tied to Depression, Anger

    March 9, 2009 -- Depression, anger, and hostility may be red flags of heightened heart disease risk, even if you don't have heart disease right now. That news comes from two studies published in the March 17 edition of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Highlights from the studies in

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  5. Diabetes in Pregnancy Tied to Depression

    Feb. 24, 2009 -- Pregnant moms with diabetes have an increased risk for postpartum depression, according to research appearing in The Journal of the American Medical Association. As many as 9% of pregnancies are complicated by pre-existing or gestational diabetes, and one in 10 new mothers struggles

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  6. Depression: When It’s All in the Family

    Researchers are becoming increasingly aware that depression runs in families -- sometimes across multiple generations. If Lynne Boschee were to draw her family tree of depression, for instance, it would branch across three generations to include her father and her brother and his two teen-aged child

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  7. Hormone Linked to Postpartum Depression

    Feb. 2, 2009 -- Could a simple blood test help predict a pregnant woman's risk for developing postpartum depression? Researchers from the University of California, Irvine say that the level of a hormone produced by the placenta around the 25th week of pregnancy may help predict a woman's chance of d

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  8. Moms Help Moms Duck Postpartum Depression

    Jan. 15, 2009 -- Phone calls from volunteer mothers who overcame postpartum depression prevent depressive symptoms in at-risk mothers, a Canadian study shows. "Mothers who received this support were at half the risk of depressive symptoms 12 weeks after delivery," says study leader Cindy-Lee Dennis,

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  9. Which Kids Need Antidepressants?

    Jan. 1, 2009 -- Medication helps depressed kids, but only those whose symptoms are severe enough to warrant treatment with antidepressants, analysis of clinical trial data suggests. The study is a careful analysis of data from 12 published and unpublished clinical trials in which newer antidepressan

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  10. Craving Carbs in Winter: Is It Depression?

    If winter weather triggers carbohydrate cravings, you're not alone. Many people snack more on carbohydrate-containing foods in winter, sometimes in an unconscious effort to boost their mood, says Judith Wurtman, PhD, a former scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and co-author of Th

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