Program Improves Communication Between Oncology Clinicians and Patients
The Serious Illness Care Program helps oncologists have better serious-illness conversations with patients without creating anxiety or depression, according to results of a...
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Medical consequences of e-cigarette use may stretch beyond heart disease
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Participation in sports linked with fewer depressive symptoms in children
Participation in team sports is associated with fewer depressive symptoms in children, whereas non-sport activities have no association with symptoms, according to a study in...
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Depression Episodes in the '20s can Increase Your Risk of Memory Loss in '50s
Frequent episodes of depression and anxiety can increase your risk of memory loss later in life say your fifties, finds a new study.
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FDA Approves ZULRESSO™ Injection for Postpartum Depression Following Three Clinical Trials Led by UNC Researcher
ZULRESSO, developed by Sage Therapeutics, is the first and only treatment specifically indicated to treat postpartum depression in women. UNC School of Medicine's Samantha...
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First Drug for Postpartum Depression Approved by USFDA
The US Food and Drug Administration has approved a drug for the treatment of postpartum depression in adult women.
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FDA approves brexanolone, first drug developed to treat postpartum depression
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Study finds link between depression in 20s linked to memory loss in 50s
A new large-scale longitudinal study carried out by University of Sussex psychologists has found a clear link between episodes of depression and anxiety experienced by adults...
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Depression, emotional eating and long-term weight changes: a population-based prospective study
Emotional eating (i.e. eating in response to negative emotions) has been suggested to be one mechanism linking depression and subsequent development of obesity. However...
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Why The New Postpartum Depression Drug Is Potentially A Very Big Deal
It's expensive, but it could treat severe PPD in two days.
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Most anti-vaxxer trolls on Facebook are mothers who support Trump or Sanders
A new University of Pittsburgh study reveals that the majority of anti-vaccination comments on Facebook are written by mothers. More than half of them support Trump, but 11%...
Radiomics Can Predict Patients' Response To Chemotherapy
Radiomics, a field of study that systematically extracts patterns from CT scan images and then measures these patterns using artificial intelligence, has been found useful to...
Choosing Adult Day Care for Alzheimer's Patients
No matter how nice and caring you are for somebody with Alzheimer's disease, you may end up needing help. Sometimes, a friend or a family member can step in to help while you...
CBD May Possibly Interfere With Your Daily Medication
Experts share how cannabidiol can impact anxiety medication, blood thinners and even pain relievers.
Early Exposure to Pesticides Increase Risk of Autism
Early exposure to pesticides is linked to small to moderate increased risk of autism spectrum disorder, according to a new study.
Mother's Age, Pregnancy History Tied to Miscarriage Risk
Mom's age and pregnancy history can be strongly associated with an increased risk of miscarriage, reveals a new study.
Glue that repairs cuts on the eyes that could save MILLIONS from going blind...
The glue, developed by Harvard Medical School in Boston, seals cuts on the cornea caused by injury or infection. Human trials could begin within a year.
Your Toilet Seat Can Detect Congestive Heart Failure Risk: Here's How
New toilet-seat based cardiovascular monitoring system can detect congestive heart failure risk and also reduce hospital readmission of heart failure patients after discharge...
New hypothesis could explain why time seems to fly by as we age
The new hypothesis proposed by a Duke University researcher suggests our perception of life experiences may be skewed as we get older and our brains require more time to process.
Sight-Saving Glue Can Repair Serious Eye Injuries without Surgery
Novel technology, called GelCORE can treat corneal injuries without the need for surgery, finds a new study.