Child Abuse May Change Brain Structure And Make Depression Worse

Brain scans could reveal signs of childhood mistreatment

Why Do Antidepressants Fail For Some?

Research has revealed a biological explanation for why some people with depression do not respond to a class of antidepressants that doctors commonly prescribe. It has to do with fundamental differences in the nerve cells that produce and use serotonin.

What You Need to Know if You’re Dating Someone With Depression

In Hump Day, award-winning psychotherapist and TV host Dr. Jenn Mann answers your sexiest questions — unjudged and unfiltered.

More American Millennials Are Experiencing Depression and Suicide

The study found a 63 percent increase in millennials between the ages of 18 and 25 reporting symptoms of depression between 2009 and 2017.

Here’s A Way To Protect Yourself When You Feel The Depression Coming

The more you prepare ahead of time, and get clear on exactly what it is you want, need, or should do, the easier and faster you will move once you start.

6 Tips For Getting In Shape When You’re Depressed

Getting to the gym while depressed? That’s asking a lot. But the experts aren’t wrong: a regular exercise routine does help with depression.

5 Reasons Why An INFJ Personality Might Feel Depressed

Author Article I’m an INFJ, and I’m clinically depressed. I’ve recently dropped 10 kg without trying, and lately my nights have been…

You Increase The Risk Of Depression The More You Do This One Thing At Work

A study suggests people who regularly work more than 11-hour days had over twice the chance of developing major depression compared to employees who worked about eight.