Counseling at-risk women can prevent pregnancy-related depression. Rebecca Starck, MD, explains the new recommendation from the US Preventive Task Force.
This case illustrates how and why getting a handle on epilepsy-related bullying may be a prerequisite to effective seizure control. The authors share practical management advice along the way.
When Cleveland Clinic integrated routine depression screening into outpatient pediatric epilepsy visits, it learned two things: Such screening is feasible, and 1 in 4 patients screen positive for suicidal ideation.
The largest single-center study of depression in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis yields practice-shaping findings on depression’s prevalence and effects on survival and quality of life.
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Until now, no formal studies had assessed whether shared medical appointments can hold their own versus one-on-one visits for psychiatric conditions. Here’s the lowdown from a pioneering study.
Twelve percent of U.S. kids use some form of complementary medicine. Here’s what Cleveland Clinic Children’s is doing to make sure they use it as an appropriate complement to traditional therapies.
Children and adolescents with chronic pain often have depression and anxiety. Including psychiatric care in a pediatric pain rehabilitation program can help address the interconnectedness of these problems.
A comparison of gene expression in peripheral lymphocytes between bipolar patients with mania and ones with depression found that a number of genes have significantly different expression.
Children who experience severe trauma early in life are at high risk for poor health outcomes in adulthood, including cardiovascular disease, cancer, asthma and depression. Effective interventions can improve outcomes.