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Angel Schwiefert was diagnosed with depression, also known as major depressive disorder, a few years ago.
"We are the first to show that it is possible to prevent the depression symptoms of Huntington's disease by deactivating the diseased protein in nerve cell populations in the hypothalamus in the brain.
Ketamine, widely known by the street name "Special K," can cure symptoms of depression in hours according to a new study.
Until joining the company a few years ago, J&J neuroscience R&D head Husseini Manji led the mood and anxiety disorders program at the National Institutes of Health .
"Mental health" - what does that even mean? Although most commonly used in conjunction with the word "issue," the reality is that everyone sits somewhere on the mental health continuum, just like the physical health continuum.
Insomniacs have a higher risk of depression due to their lack of sleep affecting the emotion regulator in their brains' amygdala, a study finds.
We know what lightens depression. Exercise, sunshine, social contact, laughter, and avoiding sugars are some ways supported by studies.
The first symptoms of major depression may be behavioral, but the common mental illness is based in biology - and not limited to the brain.
People who endure chronic migraines or back pain are more likely to attempt suicide, whether or not they also suffer from depression or another psychiatric condition, according to a new study.
Women who live in poverty experience high rates of depression, but typical treatment plans don't work well for many of them.
A new study suggests that disturbed sleep in adolescents is associated with more symptoms of depression and greater uncertainly about future success.
Doctors use it as an anesthetic and ravers use it to hallucinate, but a new study indicates that ketamine might have another trick up its sleeve: treating depression.
She held down a job as a special-education teacher and helped care for her family in the northeastern U.S. Yet day after day she struggled through a crushing depression and felt neither joy nor pleasure.