This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World Depression category.
Though some documents may have since been updated or revised they are still listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.
|2016-06-14 : Strategies to Recognize and Overcome Depression : Strategy and tips to recognize depression and help overcome feeling down and depressed.|
|2016-03-30 : Social Media Use Associated With Depression in Young Adults : Study shows the more time youth use social media, the more likely they are to become depressed.|
|2015-03-03 : Rejection Harder for People with Depression : Findings suggest a depressed persons ability to regulate emotions during interactions is compromised because of altered opioid system.|
|2014-12-07 : Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Depression and SAD : Researchers find link between seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, and a lack of vitamin D from sunlight.|
|2014-10-02 : Short Questionnaires Regarding Depression Can Mean Unneeded Antidepressant Prescriptions : Short questionnaires used to identify patients at risk for depression are linked with antidepressant medications being prescribed when they may not be needed.|
|2014-06-08 : Tiny Molecule Predicts Treatment Response for Depression : Researchers find a tiny molecule that predicts treatment response for depressed patients and may help battle depression.|
|2014-04-29 : Astounding Breakthroughs in Depression Management : Researchers state they have found the mechanism of working of ghrelin a naturally occurring antidepressant inside the brain.|
|2014-04-25 : Marital Stress Linked to Depression : Marital stress may make people more vulnerable to depression, according to recent study by University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers.|
|2014-04-20 : Depression Symptoms in Young Fathers : Research finds depression can hit young fathers hard with symptoms increasing dramatically during most important years of childs life.|
|2014-03-24 : New Depression Treatment Via Nasal Spray : A nasal spray that delivers a peptide to treat depression holds promise as a potential alternative therapeutic approach.|
|2014-03-21 : Dysthymia: A Form of Mild Chronic Depression : Information regarding Dysthymia a serious and disabling disorder that shares a number of symptoms with other forms of clinical depression.|
|2013-12-04 : Overcoming the Holiday Blues: Depression & Sadness : Information regarding feeling down, lonely, and depressed over the winter holiday period.|
|2010-10-17 : Key Genetic Trigger of Depression Found : Yale University researchers find key genetic trigger of depression.|
|2010-09-06 : Parents at Highest Risk for Depression in First Year After Childbirth : Depression in parents is associated with adverse behavioral, developmental and cognitive outcomes in their children.|
|2010-08-31 : The Neural Basis of the Depressive Self : Current research efforts devoted to the study of the neural bases of depression and treatment.|
|2010-08-27 : Smoking Increases Depressive Symptoms in Teens : Cigarette smoking may actually increase depressive symptoms in some teenage adolescents.|
|2010-08-19 : Treating Mental Illness: Can a Missed Diagnosis Lead to Jail Time : In some cases, relatively minor offenses arise as the result of mental illness.|
|2010-08-02 : Teens Pathological Internet Use May Lead to Depression : Teens who use the Internet pathologically appear more likely to develop depression.|
|2010-07-20 : Why Do Things Look Gray When You Feel Blue : Scientific findings now support representation of depression that everything looks gray when you feel blue.|
|2010-07-05 : Depression may nearly double risk of dementia : Having depression may nearly double your risk of developing dementia later in life.|
|2010-06-20 : High Incidence of Depression-related Disability Pensions Among Senior Professional Women : 58-64 year-old women in professional occupations have the highest incidence of disability pension due to mental disorder.|
|2010-03-23 : Optimism Boosts the Immune System : People who are optimistic about their health tend to do better.|
|2010-01-26 : Stimulating the Pleasure Center to Treat Depression : Deep brain stimulation may provide relief to individuals with severe treatment-resistant depression.|
|2010-01-05 : Few U.S. Adults with Major Depression Receive Adequate Treatment : Many U.S. adults with major depression do not receive treatment for depression or therapy based on treatment guidelines.|
|2009-10-06 : Effective Ways to Reduce Stress and Depressed Mood During the Holidays : This article addresses ways you can overcome anxiety and depressed mood during the holidays.|
|2009-09-30 : Less than Half of People with Depression See a Doctor for Treatment : Less than 50 percent of men and women with depression see a doctor for treatment.|
|2009-09-10 : Biomarker for Rapid Relief of Major Depression : Antidepressant medications are available but no biomarker or diagnostic test exists to predict which one is right for an individual.|
|2009-06-01 : FDA Warnings Led To Unintended Changes In Depression Diagnosis : Government warnings about suicide among children taking antidepressants appear associated with unintended and persistent changes in the diagnosis and treatment of depression in children and adults.|
|2009-04-29 : Postnatal Depression Symptoms and Information : Information on Postnatal Depression PND that approximately ten percent of new mothers experience a child is born.|
|2009-04-14 : Where You Live Can Affect Your State of Mind : Frequent Mental Distress depression and emotional problems is not evenly distributed across the United States.|
|2009-04-08 : Non-Drug Treatments Appear to Reduce Depression After Heart Surgery : About one in every five patients experiences a major depressive episode following coronary artery bypass graft surgery.|
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