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York study tests enhanced care for depression patients
Researchers at the University of York are investigating a new method of organising care for some of the three million adults in the UK who suffer from clinical depression. (2005-03-03)

New study indicates magnetic stimulation effective in reducing bed-wetting
Bedwetting, or nocturnal enuresis, causes distress in children and young adults, as well as for their parents or caregivers. The causes are not fully understood and there may be both physiological and psychological components to the condition. In a new study published in Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, researchers report that repetitive sacral root magnetic stimulation can reduce the frequency of nighttime bed-wetting and improve quality-of-life for sufferers. (2015-08-23)

Stanford researchers find brain pathway of depression in rats
Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have identified one unifying principle that could explain how a range of causes and treatments for depression converge. (2007-07-05)

Prenatal alcohol exposure can alter the brain's developing pain regulatory system
Prenatal alcohol exposure is widely known to impair brain development in exposed offspring. Rodent studies have shown that developmental deficits in newborns related to altered levels of a brain chemical called serotonin, leading to subsequent alterations in patterns of neonatal acute pain responses and/or hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal stress reactivity. New findings show a (2010-01-27)

Double trouble: Hopelessness key component of mood disorder
Double depression occurs when an individual who suffers from dysthymia, a persistent case of mild depression marked by low energy, falls into a major depressive state. It is not a new concept, but psychologists know little about the characteristics that distinguish double depression from dysthymia or major depression alone, according to Joiner. (2007-07-23)

Alcohol abusers' depression often related to drinking
For problem drinkers, bouts of depressive symptoms are often the direct result of their heavy alcohol intake, according to a study in the March issue of the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs. (2013-02-12)

Researchers report widespread use of medications among pregnant women
Researchers from Boston University's Slone Epidemiology Center, in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Harvard School of Public Health, have reported widespread and increasing medication use among pregnant women. The study, which currently appears online in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, also found that medication use varied by socioeconomic status, maternal age, race/ethnicity and state of residence. (2011-04-25)

First mouse model of spontaneous depression-like episodes shows new candidate brain region
Scientists from the RIKEN Brain Science Institute have shown that a mouse strain with a mutation that leads to dysfunction of mitochondria -- the 'powerhouses' that provide energy to cells -- spontaneously undergo periodic episodes of depression-like behavior that resemble those in human. (2015-10-20)

Collaborative care intervention improves depression among teens
Among adolescents with depression seen in primary care, a collaborative care intervention that included patient and parent engagement and education resulted in greater improvement in depressive symptoms at 12 months than usual care, according to a study in the Aug. 27 issue of JAMA. (2014-08-26)

First-ever guidelines for detecting, treating perimenopausal depression
A multi-institutional panel of clinicians and scientists convened by The North American Menopause Society and the National Network on Depression Centers Women and Mood Disorders Task Group, and endorsed by the International Menopause Society, have published the first-ever guidelines for the evaluation and treatment of perimenopausal depression simultaneously in the journal Menopause and the Journal of Women's Health. (2018-09-05)

Depression of either parent during pregnancy linked to premature birth
Depression in both expectant mothers and fathers increases the risk of premature birth, finds a study published in BJOG: an International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. (2016-01-20)

Analgesics and anti-inflammatory drugs may have an impact on depression
Ordinary over the counter painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs purchased from pharmacies may also be effective in the treatment of people suffering of depression. This is shown by the largest ever meta-analysis that has just been published by a research group from Aarhus University in the American scientific journal JAMA Psychiatry. The meta-analysis is based on 14 international studies with a total 6,262 patients who either suffered from depression or had individual symptoms of depression. (2014-10-21)

New drug may help recovering cocaine addicts, study shows
Nocaine, a new drug developed through Georgetown University Medical Center's Drug Discovery Program may help cocaine addicts withdraw from their habit in much the same way that methadone helps heroin addicts withdraw, according to a study conducted by Georgetown researchers, with colleagues at the University of Mississippi and the University of Texas. Their findings will be published in the October issue of the Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, which is available now online. (2002-09-19)

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