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Higher Dietary Fiber Lowers Premenopausal Depression Risk

Significant association between dietary fiber intake and prevalence of depression seen for premenopausal, but not postmenopausal, women

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Symptoms Persist in Many Discharged COVID-19 Patients

Most common symptoms at six months were fatigue or muscle weakness, sleep difficulties, anxiety or depression

Can Mindfulness Meditation With Yoga Help Improve Migraine Symptoms?

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Aids Depressive Disorder

MBCT tied to significant improvement in Reassure self and significant reduction in Inadequate self

Odds of Anxiety, Depression, ADHD Up With Congenital Heart Disease

Youth with CHD have increased odds of anxiety and/or depression, ADHD, regardless of CHD severity

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More Social Media Use Tied to New Depression Over Six Months

However, baseline depression not tied to increased social media use over time

Depression in Youth Linked to Risk for Somatic Diseases

Individuals with youth depression had increased risks for 66 of 69 somatic diagnoses, increased mortality risk

Female Doctors Less Likely to Be Promoted to Upper Faculty Ranks

Depression Linked to Suicidal Ideation Among Physicians

After adjustment for depression, no increased odds of suicidal ideation in association with burnout

OCD Symptoms Worsening Among Children During COVID-19

Children’s Depression Symptoms Up During U.K. Lockdown

No significant changes seen in RCADS anxiety subscale, Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire emotional problems subscale

Body Dissatisfaction at 14 Predicts Depressive Episodes at 18

Body dissatisfaction predicts mild, moderate, and severe depression episodes among girls; mild and severe episodes in boys

La depresión postparto podría persistir durante años en algunas mujeres

Anxiety Doubled in Young People During COVID-19 Pandemic

Number of young adults reporting anxiety doubled and was higher than that of their parents