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Physician Burnout Significantly Increased During 2020 to 2021

Additionally, decreases in satisfaction with work-life integration and increases in depression seen

Nearly One in 10 U.S. Teens, Adults Had Past-Year Depression

Sharp increases in depression seen among teens, young adults from 2015 to 2019

Vitamin D Supplementation May Reduce Symptoms of Depression

Authors say more research is needed to determine the benefits of supplementation with standard treatment

USPSTF Recommends Depression Screening for All Adults

Anxiety screening recommended for adults aged 64 and younger, including pregnant, postpartum persons

Anxiety, Depression Scores Up in Meniere Disease, Vertigo

Anxiety score and anxiety severity higher for those with Meniere disease versus those with benign positional paroxysmal vertigo

Maternal Depression Does Not Predict Child Behavior Problems

However, behavioral problems in children, including children with autism, predict maternal depression

Postpartum Depression Up With Family History of Psychiatric Disorder

Meta-analysis shows increased risk for postpartum depression among mothers with a family history of any psychiatric disorder

Ultra-Processed Food Intake Linked to Mental Health Symptoms

Highest intake levels tied to mild depression and more mentally unhealthy or anxious days per month

Depression Screening Increased With Routine Screening in Primary Care

Depression screening increased from 40.5 percent in 2017 to 88.8 percent in 2019; increases in screening seen in all at-risk groups

Rates of Psychiatric Symptoms Up During Pregnancy With Epilepsy

Rates of depressive and anxiety symptoms increased during pregnancy and postpartum for women with epilepsy