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Vital exhaustion is associated with an increased risk for incident atrial fibrillation

Vital Exhaustion Linked to Increased Risk for Incident A-Fib

After adjustment for comorbidities, risk remained significantly increased with vital exhaustion
Resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging measures may be able to predict symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder or major depressive disorder in children

fMRI Measures May Predict Psychiatric Symptoms in Children

Less positive coupling between sgACC, DLPFC at age 7 linked to increase in internalizing behaviors at 11
Patients with coexisting rheumatoid arthritis and depression tend to have higher disease activity and lower quality of life than patients without depression

Depression May Worsen QOL in Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients

Depression also linked to higher RA disease activity, but no ties seen to pain or functional disability
Cannabis use is increasing rapidly among people with depression

Cannabis Use Up, Especially Among Those With Depression

Study also shows declining perception of cannabis use-related risks
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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