A new study suggests that SSRIs used during pregnancy could significantly increase a child's risk for autism—by nearly 90 percent.
But CBT is often less available and more expensive.
Authors of a new study look at half a century of research on depression during residency.
Teens who identify as skaters and loners are also at risk.
It's not clear, though, whether it's spirituality or community that really makes the difference
A study urges women to consider the dangers of these commonly prescribed antidepressants.
More details have been emerging in the German press about Andreas Lubitz and the circumstances of the crash.
Between 30 and 40 percent of people with depression have increased levels of inflammation.
Where the sun doesn't rise for 60 days a year, residents rely on cod oil and light boxes to survive.
Saturday marks the 16th International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day, a day first designated by Senator Harry Reid.
For veterans, the physical and emotional impact of war continues long after they return.
It's no silver-bullet, but it's promising.
A full two months after Robin Williams' August 11 death from suicide, a scattered handful of mental health professionals and volunteers are still feeling the aftereffects.
Researchers argue in a new paper that scans show that SSRIs immediately affect brain connections.
The test could also indicate the best way to treat the clinically depressed.
Researchers say a new drug could lift mood significantly within a day