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Exploring the Evolution of Depression

Dr Sadowsky is a leading historian of psychiatry, and one I am proud to call him my teacher. As a psychiatry resident, I attended his lectures on history of psychiatry as part of our residency didactics and benefitted greatly from them. Sadowsky was previously interviewed for Psychiatric TimesTM in 2017 by Greg Eghigian, PhD, about […]

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More than 6% of Europeans suffer from depression

6.4% of the European population suffers from depression, according to a study published in The Lancet Public Health. The work was led by researchers from King's College London, the Hospital del Mar Medical Research Institute (IMIM), the Parc de Recerca Sant Joan de Déu-Institut de Recerca Sant Joan de Déu, the Institute of Biomedicine at […]

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Multiple long-term physical health problems increase risk of depression later in life

Published in The Lancet Regional Health - Europe and part-funded by National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre, the study identified that people with multiple respiratory conditions were most likely to develop depression and anxiety later on. This has possible implications for future healthcare services if the Covid-19 pandemic brings about increases […]

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Cannabis use may be associated with suicidality in young adults

News Release Tuesday, June 22, 2021 NIH study suggests a link between cannabis use and higher levels of suicidal ideation, plan, and attempt. An analysis of survey data from more than 280,000 young adults ages 18-35 showed that cannabis (marijuana) use was associated with increased risks of thoughts of suicide (suicidal ideation), suicide […]

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Adults with depression, anxiety use more humor, sarcasm to cope with COVID-19 pandemic

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Migrant children report overcrowding, spoiled food, depression in U.S. shelters

Activists defending the rights of migrants hold a protest near Fort Bliss to call for the end of the detention of unaccompanied minors at the facility in El Paso, Texas, U.S, June 8, 2021. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez WASHINGTON, June 21 (Reuters) - Migrant children sent to emergency shelters within the United States described crowded living […]

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Depression and hope | The Journal & Tioga Tribune

Pastor’s Corner By Staff | on June 22, 2021 By Rev. Emily ShipmanConcordia Lutheran Church  The first time I was honest with a doctor about depression was when my almost-5-year-old was just 6 weeks. It was not an intentional choice I made, to start opening up and seeking treatment. It was more a fluke […]

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Your body’s ‘hidden’ senses might help treat epilepsy, depression | Science

By Katie Free, Joel GoldbergJun. 22, 2021 , 1:00 PM When it comes to our senses, we frequently focus on the external—the crack of thunder, the glare of sunlight, the fragrance of flowers—that captured our attention in the first place. But our bodies also have a whole host of internal senses that tell our brains […]

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T-Pain became depressed after Usher said he 'f— up music'

Singer and rapper T-Pain is opening up about his lengthy battle with depression, which began after Usher allegedly insulted his music. In a brief clip from the new docuseries “This Is Pop,” out Tuesday on Netflix, T-Pain reflects on an alleged conversation with the “Yeah!” singer that he said negatively affected his mental health. In […]

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Dr. Jandial: New study finds early risers suffer less depression - KTLA

Dr. Jandial: New study finds early risers suffer less depression  KTLA

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