Depression

Did you know that almost 7% of the U.S. population is diagnosed with depression?

Clinical depression is a serious condition that negatively affects how a person thinks, feels, and behaves. In contrast to normal sadness, clinical depression is persistent, and significantly interferes with daily life. Untreated, symptoms can last for weeks, months, or years; and if inadequately treated, depression can lead to other health-related issues. Symptoms include: a depressed mood most of the day, every day; diminished interest in daily activities; changes in appetite and sleeping patterns; fatigue; restlessness; anxiety; feelings of worthlessness or helplessness; difficulty concentrating; increased alcohol or drug use; thoughts of death or suicide.

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ABC News, Time Magazine, Huffington Post
April 20, 2012
Results of research by a team of researchers at Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago were published in Translational Psychiatry on April 17th,...
Owen M. Wolkowitz, M.D.
Owen M. Wolkowitz, M.D.
April 19, 2012
The Wall Street Journal reported on a ‘New View of Depression: An Ailment of the Entire Body’ this month featuring two NARSAD Grantees. The article discusses...
Carlos A. Zarate, Jr - Brain & behavior research expert on depression
Carlos A. Zarate, Jr
April 18, 2012
From The Quarterly, Spring 2012 In the most recent series of experiments with the potential to revolutionize the treatment of mood disorders, a team led by...
Daniel S. Pine, MD - Brain & behavior research expert on depression
Daniel S. Pine, MD
April 18, 2012
From The Quarterly, Spring 2012 Adolescent depression is a worldwide mental health problem that often goes unrecognized, misdiagnosed and/or untreated. An in-...
Andrew Miller, M.D., Emory University Director of Psychiatric Oncology Winship Cancer Institute
Andrew Miller, M.D.
April 18, 2012
From The Quarterly, Spring 2012 An important new development in psychiatry is the growing body of research pointing to the involvement of the immune system in...

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