Migraine Sufferers Under 30 Six Times More Likely to Be Depressed, Four

Migraine Sufferers Under 30 Six Times More Likely To Be Depressed, Four
Migraines, recurring headaches of moderate to severe pain, are three times more common in women than men, and affect about 12 percent of the population. It's no wonder these severe … Depression and Research Treatment. 2013. E-Mail. Print. Text Size … Read more on Medical Daily

Is Technology Replacing Traditional Psychotherapy? iOS7 Wasn't the Only
In 2011, Ravi Chandra, writing for Psychology Today, highlighted a number of concerns, suggesting that while there "has been some evidence for enhanced CBT [Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy] efficacy using text messaging to deliver messages to those with … Read more on Huffington Post

Ketamine-Like Drug Shows More Promise for Depression Relief
Sanacora and other investigators enrolled 152 men and women aged 18 to 65 with moderate-to-severe major depressive disorder, or MDD, and a history of failed treatment with multiple antidepressants. Participants were able to stay on their background … Read more on Everyday Health