More often than not, antidepressants are compatible with other medications. But psychiatrists explain that it’s complicated
We seem to have a drug for seemingly every condition — except, until now, postpartum depression
Physicians should identify new and expecting mothers at risk of depression, a federal task force suggests, and refer them to counseling
Transgender people have higher rates of depression, anxiety, and suicide, partly due to state-backed discrimination
Taking antidepressants in late pregnancy and having children with behavioral issues later on may be related
Shock therapy saves lives—and more people could benefit, experts say
But don’t stop taking medication
Pilot study finds shamanic drink promising, but scientists urge caution
Despite the health benefits of exercise, college athletes still struggle with depression.
The search for an effective dietary supplement
Seasonal affective disorder can be debilitating, but is treatable with bright light
The many shades of gray between thyroid problems and mental illness
Researchers look down a different path for new antidepressants
The many dimensions of what makes us happy, today and over a lifetime
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