Latest Imipramine Stories

2012-04-02 20:52:49

Testosterone, the primary male sex hormone, appears to have antidepressant properties, but the exact mechanisms underlying its effects have remained unclear.

2011-04-18 16:46:52

Anti-depressants may help spur the creation and survival of new brain cells after brain injury.

2010-04-20 11:11:00

BALTIMORE, April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Lupin Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (LPI) announced today that it has received final approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its Imipramine Pamoate capsules, 75 mg, 100 mg, 125 mg and 150 mg strengths.

2010-03-25 06:35:00

PISGAH FOREST, N.C., March 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Pisgah Labs, a drug product development company and an active pharmaceutical ingredient manufacturer (API) located in western North Carolina, has received a patent allowance in a series of patent applications.

2010-01-06 10:10:00

People suffering from mild to severe depression may respond better to alternatives instead of taking antidepressant drugs.

2009-08-12 11:24:25

IBS remains a common intestinal disorder causing significant discomfort and poor quality of life in patients who have the diagnosis. TCAs have been shown to improve abdominal pain in patients with IBS

2009-06-25 11:29:58

The widely used antidepressant and pain medication amitriptyline--but not other closely related drugs -- can impersonate the brain's own growth factors, researchers at Emory University School of Medicine have shown.

2009-05-28 10:54:32

A recent study finds that the antidepressant effects of drugs like Prozac involve both neurogenesis-dependent and -independent mechanisms, a finding that may lead to development of better treatments for depression and anxiety.

2006-02-09 14:05:00

By Deborah Zabarenko WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Depressed loner mice get more sociable when researchers delete a memory molecule from their brains, a finding that might help treat human ills like social phobia and post-traumatic stress, scientists said on Thursday.

Word of the Day
  • A morbid dread of being buried alive. Also spelled 'taphiphobia'.
The word 'taphephobia' comes from Greek roots meaning 'burial' and 'fear'.