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2010-05-04 08:42:00

Some depressed patients who don't respond to or tolerate antidepressant medications may benefit from a non-invasive treatment that stimulates the brain with a pulsing electromagnet, a study suggests.

2010-04-19 14:43:03

A study from Rhode Island Hospital shows that patients report side effects from medication for the treatment of depression 20 times more than psychiatrists have recorded in the charts.

2010-04-12 08:00:00

NEW YORK, April 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Fisher Wallace Laboratories today announced the results of a brain stimulation study involving the Fisher Wallace Cranial Stimulator, a portable medical device that treats depression, anxiety and insomnia.

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.

2010-03-01 14:40:17

Conventional antidepressant treatments generally require three to four weeks to become effective, thus the discovery of treatments with a more rapid onset is a major goal of biological psychiatry.

2010-02-24 07:00:00

NEW YORK, Feb. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Fisher Wallace Laboratories today announced that two psychiatry professors at Columbia University, Dr. Richard Brown and Dr.

2010-02-23 10:20:00

Acupuncture appears to be an effective way to reduce depression symptoms during pregnancy.

2010-02-04 09:38:39

In a study to be presented today at the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine's (SMFM) annual meeting, The Pregnancy Meeting â„¢, in Chicago, researchers will unveil findings that show that acupuncture may be an effective treatment for depression during pregnancy.

2010-02-03 06:00:00

LAVAL, QC and PRINCETON, NJ, Feb. 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Labopharm Inc. (TSX: DDS; NASDAQ: DDSS) today announced the U.S.

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