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Single Antidepressant Dose of Intravenous Ketamine Safe

No serious, long-lasting side effects seen for treatment of resistant depression
For newly diagnosed patients with non-small cell lung cancer

Moderate, Severe Depressive Symptoms Common in Lung Cancer

Patients with severe depressive symptoms also report feelings of hopelessness, anxiety, traumatic stress
Current and former electronic cigarette users have increased odds of depression compared with never users

E-Cigarette Smokers Have Increased Odds of Depression

Odds of reporting depression higher with increased frequency of use among current e-cigarette users
Physicians showing depressive symptoms are at higher risk for medical errors

Physician Depressive Symptoms Tied to Higher Risk for Medical Errors

Bidirectional association seen between depressive symptoms and medical errors
Two-thirds of parents acknowledge there are barriers to recognizing depression in their own adolescent child

Poll: Parents Cite Barriers to Recognizing Depression in Adolescents

Parents report that one in four teens knows a peer with depression
The risk for disability worsening is increased for individuals with multiple sclerosis and comorbid depression

Risk for Disability Worsening Increased for MS With Comorbid Depression

Risk increased for persons with depression defined by ICD-10, those exposed to antidepressants
Physical activity mitigates the risk for depression

Exercise Mitigates Risk for Depression, Even With Genetic Risk

Higher levels of physical activity linked to reduced odds of depression, even with highest polygenic risk
Anti-inflammatory agents seem to have an antidepressant effect for patients with major depressive disorder

Antidepressant Effect Seen for Anti-Inflammatories in MDD

Review shows reduced depressive symptoms for anti-inflammatory agents compared with placebo in MDD
For patients with major depressive disorder

Psychotherapy for Depression May Be Cost-Effective Over Time

No clear superiority seen on cost basis for second-generation antidepressants versus cognitive therapy
Adolescents who play contact sports

No Link Found Between Teen Contact Sports, Later Mental Health Issues

Football players actually are less likely to be depressed in early adulthood