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  1. Posttraumatic Stress: 19% of Viet Vets

    Aug. 17, 2006 -- Nearly one in five Vietnam veterans suffered posttraumatic stress stress disorder (PTSD) -- and nearly one in 10 was still suffering 11 to 12 years after the war, a new study finds. That is fewer PTSD cases than once feared. But it is still a lot -- with implications for Iraq war ve

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  2. Depression in Pregnancy Undertreated

    Aug. 15, 2006 -- Depression Depression during pregnancy pregnancy may too often be overlooked and undertreated, putting both mother and baby at risk. A new study shows two-thirds of the pregnant women with depression aren't being treated for it with either drugs or talk therapy. Researchers say depr

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  3. Depression: Is Your Child Depressed?

    Children are not immune to depression depression . Just like for adults, treatment can be critical. Finding help for a depressed child may forestall years of anguish, and may even save that child's life. Yet ongoing controversy over the safety of antidepressant drugs has left many wondering what rea

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  4. Antidepressant Suicide Checkup Lacking

    Aug. 10, 2006 -- Despite the risk of suicide in patients starting antidepressant treatment, 80% of new patients don't get recommended mental health mental health care. The finding comes from data on 84,514 adults and children who started antidepressant treatment between 2001 and 2003. Medco Health S

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  5. FDA OKs Generic Antidepressant Effexor

    Aug. 9, 2006 -- People taking the antidepressant Effexor are getting a generic option. The FDA yesterday approved the first generic version of Effexor (venlafaxine), a widely used prescription drug for major depression . The generic drug isn't the same as Effexor XR. Generic drugs often cost less th

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  6. 'Club Drug' May Fight Depression

    Aug. 7, 2006 -- Low doses of ketamine, a medication used as an anesthetic in humans and animals, relieves depression in just two hours and the effect may last as long as a week, new research shows. Ketamine is also sometimes abused as a "club drug." Known in slang as "special K," it can cause halluc

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  7. Dads Get Postpartum Depression, Too

    Aug. 7, 2006 -- After years studying postpartum depression depression in new moms, a recent study suggests that new dads can get depressed too. About 14% of mothers and 10% of fathers suffer from moderate or severe postpartum depression, according to the study in the August issue of the journal Pedi

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  8. Preventing Depression Relapse

    July 5, 2006 -- Mild sadness may trigger relapse into major depression , a Canadian study shows. But this is more likely to happen in patients treated with antidepressants than in those who receive a form of psychotherapy called cognitive-behavioral therapy, or CBT. Relapse is a risk for people who

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  9. Depression: Children Not Immune

    Depression in children is an increasingly recognized problem. Learn the symptoms of childhood depression. Sometimes kids get sad. They may act depressed. Most kids get over the worst of these symptoms in a couple of days. Some don't. Parents, if they know to look, can tell the difference, says Maril

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  10. Sleep Violence: Antidepressant Link?

    June 20, 2006 -- Attacked by snakes in his dream, a man strangles his sheets. Another, fighting dream intruders, punches his bedpost and breaks his arm. Others injure not themselves but their bed partners. All of these people suffered an unusual sleep disorder in which they act out violent dreams. I

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