Major Depressive Disorder News and Research

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Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is a psychiatric condition characterized by depressed mood or anhedonia (significant loss of interest or pleasure). The condition affects more than 15.7 million adults and approximately 3 million adolescents (aged 13 to 17 years) in the USA each year.
Trial assesses the impact of Mediterranean diet on depression symptoms in young men

Trial assesses the impact of Mediterranean diet on depression symptoms in young men

Study discovers common genetic factors between depression and Alzheimer’s disease

Study discovers common genetic factors between depression and Alzheimer’s disease

Researchers build rapid-acting antidepressant compounds that are non-hallucinogenic

Researchers build rapid-acting antidepressant compounds that are non-hallucinogenic

Gender difference accounts for major psychiatric disorders

Gender difference accounts for major psychiatric disorders

Metabolites may be predictive indicators for recurrent major depressive disorder

Metabolites may be predictive indicators for recurrent major depressive disorder

Disturbances in the gut microbiome may explain major depressive disorder

Disturbances in the gut microbiome may explain major depressive disorder

New findings help to better understand the genetics of neuropsychiatric disorders

New findings help to better understand the genetics of neuropsychiatric disorders

Study estimates the cost-effectiveness of esketamine used for treating depression

Study estimates the cost-effectiveness of esketamine used for treating depression

Fish Oil May Help With Depression

Fish Oil May Help With Depression

Study identifies that the JNK protein is a stress sensor in synapses

Study identifies that the JNK protein is a stress sensor in synapses