Highlights of an evidence-based review offer practical guidance for effective depression screening and assessment strategies for primary care physicians.
A new study being presented next week at AHA's 2019 Scientific Sessions found a strong link between depression and non-fatal heart disease.
A new study suggests that deep brain stimulation may be a safe and effective treatment option for patients with treatment-resistant depression.
Veterans who suffer from mental illness were found to be at an increased risk for major cardiovascular disease outcomes in a new study.
Find out what you know about a common neuropsychiatric disorder by taking this quick 8-question quiz.
Paradox: a new study finds that despite wide us of antidepressants in the US, many who need treatment do not get it while others are overtreated.
A new study found that commonly prescribed antihypertension drugs affect mood disorders--either positively or negatively.
Do doctors’ politics affect treatment decisions on, for example, drug use, firearms, and sexual behavior? Do yours?
To treat or not to treat? The risks and benefits of perinatal treatment for mental illness should be understood by all primary care clinicians.
Collaborative care operationalizes chronic care model principles to improve access to evidence-based treatments.