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  • Depression treatment lacking for many people

     
    Treatment for major depression is abysmal, according to a study published today in the Archives of General Psychiatry. In a national survey of 15,762 people, it found that only half of all people with depression received treatment. And among those...
  • Risk of depression is nearly twice as high for unemployed Americans

    Unemployment takes a significant toll on the mental health of workers, especially those who have been out of their jobs for at least 27 weeks – what the Bureau of Labor Statistics considers the “long-term unemployed.” The longer a...

    Signs of sadness...or depression?

    Signs of sadness...or depression?
    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I've suffered from depression all my life but wasn't diagnosed until my late 20s. I feel as though my daughter, who is 12, is showing signs of depression, but I'm not sure. What can I do to help her? Is it possible for someone so young...

    Antidepressants linked to major personality changes

    Antidepressants linked to major personality changes
    Antidepressant medications taken by roughly 7% of American adults cause profound personality changes in many patients with depression, far beyond simply lifting the veil of sadness, a study has found. Researchers saw strong drops in neuroticism and...

    Depression treatment: Better but still not great

    Depression treatment: Better but still not great
    Depression affects 1 in 6 Americans in the course of his or her lifetime. And while antidepressant medications have seemingly revolutionized treatment, making the depressed well again is a largely hit-or-miss proposition. A review of advances in...