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A new commentary titled “Do Antidepressants Really Work?” by two physicians posted on Dana.org reinforces society’s philosophy of “one pill for every ill” and the faulty logic employed
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In 2004, concerns about antidepressant drugs increasing suicidal thoughts and behaviors in young patients prompted the FDA to issue a rare "black box warning."
According to a study, people with mild depression may find benefits to taking antidepressants.
A new study from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) has found that employees with depression who receive treatment while still working are significantly more likely to be highly productive than those who do not.
Despite improvements to diagnostic tools and therapies in the two last decades, significant disparities in the diagnosis and treatment of depression remain.
Depressive symptoms and impaired physical function were common and long-lasting during the first two years following acute lung injury (ALI).
The study suggests an innovative psychological treatment called 'concreteness training' can reduce depression in just two months and could work as a self-help therapy for depression in primary care.