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Exercise Treats Depression as Well as Therapy, Study Says
Many common forms of exercise are as strong as therapy in treating depression, a new study says. In the study presented in The BMJ, researchers reported that walking, yoga, jogging, and strength training were the most effective exercises, especially if they were performed intensely.
Leveraging Sense of Smell Could Help Treat Depression: Study
People with depression who get stuck in negative thought cycles could potentially use their sense of smell to help manage their symptoms, according to a new study that prompted people to smell a dozen scents, ranging from coffee to ketchup.
Hallucinogens for Depression: Ketamine Research Probes Dissociative Agent
Hallucinogens for depression include ketamine, a dissociative agent shown in research to improve MDD symptom treatment.
Depression Comorbidities: How ADHD Impacts Symptoms of MDD
Depression comorbidities like ADHD may impact symptoms and outcomes for patients with MDD.
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