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Significant racial and ethnic differences have been identified in late-life depression severity

Late-Life Depression Severity Varies by Race, Ethnicity

Differences identified in depression severity, symptom burden, and depression care
Women with depression are more than three times more likely to use cannabis during pregnancy compared with women without depression

Pregnant Women With Depression More Likely to Use Cannabis

Authors call for education about risks, similar to efforts to stem tobacco use during pregnancy
For adults without a recent history of depression

Varenicline Seems Safe for Adults Without Depression

Risk for CV, neuropsychiatric hospitalizations lower for varenicline versus nicotine replacement therapy
Sedentary behavior throughout adolescence is associated with the risk for depressive symptoms at age 18 years

Sedentary Behavior, Activity Linked to Depression at Age 18

Depression scores at age 18 lower with every 60 minutes/day of light activity at ages 12, 14, 16 years
General anesthesia for cesarean delivery is associated with increased odds of severe postpartum depression

Use of General Anesthesia May Up Risk for Postpartum Depression

PPD requiring hospitalization higher among women undergoing general anesthesia for cesarean delivery
A latent-space machine learning algorithm tailored for resting-state electroencephalography can predict treatment outcomes with sertraline in depression

Resting-State EEG Can Predict Sertraline Treatment Outcomes

Sertraline-predictive EEG signature examined in four independent depression treatment sets
Major depressive disorder and noncombat trauma are important factors tied to suicide ideation risk during combat deployment

More Than One in 10 Deployed Soldiers Thinks About Suicide

Lifetime noncombat trauma exposure and major depressive disorder may up the risk for suicide ideation
Mothers with autism face unique challenges

Mothers With Autism Face Higher Rates of Postpartum Depression

Women with autism feel misunderstood by professionals, unable to receive parenting support
Maternal depression in the postpartum period and beyond is associated with higher odds of atopic dermatitis for the child throughout childhood and adolescence

Maternal Depression Tied to Atopic Dermatitis in Offspring

Association shows increased rate, more persistence, and potentially more severe symptoms
Depression and anxiety are common in patients with rheumatoid arthritis

Mood Disorders Common With Rheumatoid Arthritis

More than one in eight patients has depression and one in seven has anxiety