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New deep brain stimulation device coupled with powerful AI may improve therapy for treatment-resistant depression.
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An area in the brain reacts differently to facial expressions depending on whether someone suffers from bipolar disorder versus depression.
Being female is also linked to antidepressant-induced mania.
A recent study showed that combo therapy resulted in higher dropout rates compared with single-drug treatments.
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Doctors are less likely to prescribe antidepressants for depressed African Americans and Latinos than they are for whites
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Antidepressant combination therapy-prescribing two or more antidepressant drugs together-is a common practice.
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Suicide is the third leading cause of death for young African-American men.
People who stop taking their antidepressants abruptly were significantly more likely to have a relapse than people who tapered off gradually
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