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Women with hyperemesis gravidarum have long-lasting psychological morbidity

Lasting Psychological Morbidity Seen With Hyperemesis Gravidarum

More women with hyperemesis gravidarum have probable depression
Most older adults using cannabis report initiating use after the age of 60 years primarily to treat pain

Cannabis Use Common in Older Adults

Most indicate using after age 60 years for medical purposes
For U.S. veterans with unhealthy alcohol use

Reducing Drinking May Improve Pain Interference Symptoms

Improvement seen in tobacco smoking, cannabis use, cocaine use, although confidence intervals wide
For nonelderly patients with depression

Mortality Risk Up With Newer Antipsychotic Use for Depression

Risk up for nonelderly adults with augmentation with newer antipsychotic versus second antidepressant
Electroconvulsive therapy may help treat features of bipolar depression

ECT May Reduce Suicide Risk in Patients With Bipolar Depression

Authors of cohort study report 84.4 percent decrease in suicidality after electroconvulsive therapy
Women are more likely to experience anxiety and depression

CDC: Women More Likely to Experience Anxiety, Depression

Women are more likely to receive any mental health treatment, as are children aged 12 to 17 years
Acute stress and depressive symptoms have increased as COVID-19 deaths increased across the United States

Stress, Depressive Symptoms Up With Increasing COVID-19 Deaths

Exposure to COVID-19-related media, conflicting COVID-19 information in media linked to symptoms
Depression is common among patients with psoriasis

Depression Common Among Psoriasis Patients

Women, patients younger than 30 years have higher rates of depression
Depressive symptoms worsen over time for older caregivers of partners or spouses who are newly diagnosed with dementia

Depression Worsens Over Time in Caregivers of Partners With Dementia

Symptoms sustained regardless of whether the diagnosis was less than or more than two years before
The prevalence of depression symptoms in the United States was higher early in the pandemic than before COVID-19

Symptoms of Depression More Prevalent During COVID-19

Lower income, less than $5,000 in savings, exposure to more stressors linked to higher risk for symptoms