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    1. College Sports Could Raise Players' Risk for Depression, Study Finds

      By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, April 5 (HealthDay News) -- Current college athletes are twice as likely to be depressed as former athletes, researchers have found. The findings suggest the need for further research to learn more about depression among college athletes, the Georgetown Un

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    2. Antipsychotic Meds Not So Helpful for Depression?

      By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, March 12 (HealthDay News) -- For people who don't fully respond to antidepressants, adding commonly prescribed antipsychotic drugs appears to be only slightly effective and is linked to unwelcome side effects, a new study finds. Drugs added to antidepre

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    3. Brain Stimulation Plus Drug May Fight Depression

      By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Feb. 6 (HealthDay News) -- Treating major depression safely and affordably is a challenge. Now, Brazilian researchers have found that two techniques often used individually produce better results when used together. The researchers paired the antidepr

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    4. Some Antidepressants Tied to Irregular Heartbeat

      TUESDAY, Jan. 29 (HealthDay News) -- People taking certain antidepressants, including Celexa and Lexapro, may have a slightly increased risk of developing an abnormal heart beat. Researchers say the drugs, which are in a class of medications called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), ma

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    5. Sweetened Drinks Linked to Depression Risk

      Jan. 8, 2013 -- Drinking sweetened beverages -- either sugar-sweetened or diet -- may be linked with a slightly higher depression risk, while drinking coffee may slightly lower the risk. That is the finding from a new study to be presented in March at the 65th annual meeting of the American Academy

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    6. Former NFLers at Risk for Brain, Mood Problems

      Jan. 7, 2013 -- Problems in thinking skills and depression may be more common in former National Football League players compared with other people as they age, according to a new study. The research suggests the problems may be linked with a history of concussions. "It's clear that concussions can

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    7. Depression in Elderly May Predict Dementia

      Dec. 31, 2012 -- Depression is common among older people who go on to develop Alzheimer’s disease, leading to widespread speculation that it may be one possible cause for age-related dementias. Now, a new study suggests that rather than being a cause of memory decline, depression in older people may

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    8. Debate Over Antidepressants in Pregnancy Ongoing

      Oct. 31, 2012 -- The debate over the safety of antidepressants during pregnancy has been going on for a long time, and a new review may keep the debate alive a while longer. The research review finds little evidence that the most widely prescribed class of antidepressants benefits pregnant women and

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    9. High-Dose Generic Wellbutrin XL Withdrawn

      Oct. 5, 2012 -- The FDA has withdrawn its approval of Teva Pharmaceutical's Budeprion XL 300-mg tablets, a generic version of GSK's Wellbutrin XL extended-relief antidepressant. The FDA action comes five years after patients complained of headaches and returning depression after switching from brand

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    10. Exercise May Fight Depression in Heart Failure

      July 31, 2012 -- Exercise helps people with heart failure feel a bit better, physically and emotionally, a new study shows. It may also lower a person's risk of dying or winding up in the hospital. Up to 40% of people with heart failure grapple with depression. The combination often leads to poor he

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