The latest news on depression
Parents and schools can make the difference, according to the Institute of Medicine.
Mental health tab costs U.S. about $247 billion a year, experts say
Doubling of rate in North Carolina may mimic rest of nation
New study links hormone levels to "baby blues," but doctors too often fail to do traditional screening.
Video games, surprisingly, are a safer bet. But you don't need to chuck the TV just yet.
But their effect on depressed individuals under 25 remains unclear, researchers say
Measuring hormone could find three-fourths of women at risk, study claims
More exposure meant more symptoms, study found
Research also suggests that black students were particularly susceptible to suicidal thoughts.
Review looked at 12 drugs, 117 studies and 25,000 patients to arrive at ranking