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depression

Predicting postpartum blues
Published March 22, 2017
Hopkins study links postpartum depression with diminished levels of 'anti-anxiety' hormone allopregnanolone / Hopkins Medicine
Mental health
Gamers get a boost from strong friendships
Published March 22, 2017
Study: In teens, strong friendships may mitigate depression associated with excessive gaming / The Bloomberg School of Public Health
Medicine
Treating those ICU blues
Published Winter 2016
Johns Hopkins researchers found that a third of patients experience symptoms of depression after a stay in the ICU. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Hallucinogen eases depression, anxiety in cancer patients
Published March 22, 2017
In small study, psilocybin, the active compound in 'magic mushrooms,' increased life satisfaction among patients with life-threatening cancer / Johns Hopkins Medicine
Mental Health
Teen depression rises
Published March 22, 2017
Problematic cell phone use, including cyberbullying, may play a role, researchers speculate / Bloomberg School of Public Health
Mental health
A faster antidepressant?
Published March 22, 2017
Neuroscientists may have zeroed in on a compound that works like ketamine, but is safer and non-addictive / Johns Hopkins Health Review
Mental health
Post-ICU blues
Published March 22, 2017
One in three former intensive care unit patients show symptoms of depression, study finds / Hopkins Medicine
Intensive care
Post-ICU blues
Published March 22, 2017
Study: ICU stays can increase risks of depression, anxiety, PTSD / Hopkins Medicine
Mental health
You are what you tweet
Published March 22, 2017
Analysis of Twitter posts could provide fresh insight into mental illness trends
Good counsel
Published March 22, 2017
Suicide risk falls substantially after talk therapy, researchers find / School of Public Health