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The American Psychiatric Association has released a new clinical practice guideline for the treatment of patients with major depressive disorder. However, the new guideline is vague and offers little improvement over existing
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A new study shows that cigarette smokers have a 70 percent greater risk for anxiety and depression than do non-smokers and ex-smokers, refuting the commonly.
A new study from a team of Stanford University School of Medicine researchers led by David Spiegel, MD, shows that participating in support groups doesn't extend the lives of women with metastatic breast cancer. The results Six published studies, including a 2001 New England Journal of Medicine study involving 235 metastatic breast cancer patients, found that group therapy helped improve quality of life but did not lengthen survival. Spiegel . News Center
You mean we can draw blood from a patient (in a lab, which is usually some place separate you have to go to than the doctor's office for many in America), send it off for processing, and two weeks later, get a result to see if the person I couldn't find a single news outlet that noted that this is not the first time researchers have “discovered” a blood test for depression (or one that could help us better understand treatment response). Published on PsychCentral.com.
(Medical Xpress)—Becoming a part of a social group can significantly reduce the effects of depression, according to new research from The University of Queensland. Research led by Dr Tegan Cruwys and Professor Alex
Home, Conditions, Quizzes, Ask the Therapist, Drugs, Blogs, News, Research, Resources, Find Help, Psychotherapy 101, Forums & Support Groups, Pro By Psych Central News Editor ~ 2 min read. Depressed Brains People who suffer from depression may have far fewer of the receptors in the brain that regulate our happiness when compared to non-depressed people. Zubieta and his colleagues are now working to submit these new data for publication. At the
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