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Teens Say Depression And Anxiety Are Major Problems Among Their Peers • Good Medical

According to a new survey by the Pew Research Center, most American adolescents – of all demographic groups – consider depression and anxiety as major problems among their peers. The survey found that 70% of teens considered mental health a… Continue Reading →

Read Michael Gerson's sermon about his fight against depression. • Good Medical

Michael Gerson, columnist for the Good Medical and regular speaker at PBS NewsHour, revealed this week that he was battling depression. On Sunday, in front of the faithful of Washington National Cathedral, Gerson delivered a sermon in which he explained… Continue Reading →

Teens say depression and anxiety are major issues for their peers

According to a new survey by the Pew Research Center, most American adolescents – of all demographic groups – consider depression and anxiety as major problems among their peers. The poll found that 70% of adolescents considered mental health a… Continue Reading →

Teens say depression and anxiety are major issues for their peers

According to a new survey by the Pew Research Center, most American adolescents – of all demographic groups – consider depression and anxiety as major problems among their peers. The poll found that 70% of adolescents considered mental health a… Continue Reading →

Counseling can prevent depression and postpartum depression

Giving birth is a challenge. If you think it's difficult to carry a baby in your womb, wait to give birth to new challenges as your child gets older. The physical and mental health of the mother after birth undergoes… Continue Reading →

Cannabis use in adolescents related to depression, suicidal thoughts

Cannabis use during adolescence is associated with an increased risk of depression suicidal thoughts / attempts in early adulthood, according to new research. The systematic review and meta-analysis included 11 studies and more than 23,300 adolescents and adolescents. The results… Continue Reading →

According to research, depression can accelerate aging of the brain

Washington– Memory and thinking ability Naturally slow with age, but now, scientists are peeking in live brains to find out if depression could worsen this decline – and find disturbing clues. Depression has long been linked to certain cognitive problems,… Continue Reading →

Researchers Find Depression Can Accelerate Brain Aging

WASHINGTON (Good Medical) – Memory and thinking skills naturally slow down with age, but scientists are now stealthily peeking into their living brain to find out if depression could worsen this decline – and find disturbing clues. Depression has long… Continue Reading →

Cannabis use among teens is associated with a higher risk of adolescent depression

LONDON (Good Medical) – Teens who use cannabis are at a higher risk of developing depression and suicidal ideation as young adults and should be informed of the risks by their parents and doctors, scientists said on Wednesday. PHOTO FILE:… Continue Reading →

FDA Panels Endorse Ketamine Spray for Resistant Depression

Two panels of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) jointly recommended the approval of a single-use nasal spray with 28 mg esketamine (Spravato, Janssen Pharmaceuticals) for resistant treatment depression. The Advisory Committee on Psychopharmacological Drugs and the Advisory Committee… Continue Reading →

Nasal Spray Depression on the Way to Being FDA Approved • Good Medical

A group of experts voted in favor of this drug, manufactured by the Janssen Pharmaceutical Group, a division of Johnson & Johnson, as a nasal spray. Fourteen members voted for the benefits to outweigh the risks, two opposing and one… Continue Reading →

Researchers discover that depression can accelerate brain aging

Memory and thinking skills naturally slow down with age, but scientists are now taking a look into the living brains to see if depression could worsen this decline – and find worrying clues. Depression has long been linked to certain… Continue Reading →

Cannabis Use Linked to Depression in Adolescents – BBC News • bbc.com

Copyright of the image Getty Images Experts should not overlook the risks associated with cannabis use among adolescents. British and Canadian researchers said they found "solid" evidence that use of the drug in adolescence increased the risk of developing depression… Continue Reading →

Ketamine-like depression treatment should be approved by the FDA

A group of experts voted in favor of this drug, manufactured by the Janssen Pharmaceutical Group, a division of Johnson & Johnson, as a nasal spray. Fourteen members voted for the benefits to outweigh the risks, two opposing and one… Continue Reading →

What you and your family need to know about maternal depression

Both programs work with both new mothers and women who already have children. They are available in Spanish and are aimed at low-income women. Both develop and test different ways of delivering their program, which is provided free of charge… Continue Reading →

F.D.A. Committee recommends new treatment for depression

In a move that could pave the way for the first new treatment of depression in years, a group of experts on Tuesday urged federal regulators to approve a nasal spray containing the active ingredients of ketamine, a drug widely… Continue Reading →

Pots smoking in adolescence linked to depression in adulthood

Break news e-mails Receive news reports and special reports. The news and the stories that matter are delivered on weekday mornings. REGISTER February 13, 2019, 11:58 GMT By Linda Carroll Use of marijuana by teenagers may increase the risk of… Continue Reading →

Depression can be prevented during and after pregnancy, according to a national committee. Here's how.

He highlighted two specific programs that have had similar success, Dr. Davidson said. They advise mothers for the first time and those who already have children. They are available in Spanish and are aimed at low-income women, about 30% of… Continue Reading →

Phys Ed: Exercise Can Help Fight Depression

And this result is what Dr. Choi and her colleagues discovered by applying Mendelian randomization to exercise and depression. To reach this conclusion, they first turned to the British Biobank, a huge database of genetic and health information on nearly… Continue Reading →

Advice is needed to prevent depression among new mothers at risk

WASHINGTON (Good Medical) – Doctors are already supposed to filter depression among new mothers to find those who need prompt care. Now, they are also asked to identify women at risk because counseling could prevent the depression from getting settled…. Continue Reading →

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