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Antidepressants News

Tiny molecule may help battle depression

Researchers have found a tiny molecule (miR-1202) that may provide a marker for major depression. The molecule may also help scientist find better treatments to fight depression.
In the Media by Jessie McMullen

Pfizer recalls antidepressants after pharmacist finds heart drug

A pharmacist found that a bottle of antidepressant Effexor XR contained one capsule of Tikosyn 0.25 milligram (dofetilide), which is used to treat heart rhythm disorders.
In the Media by Jeannie Stokowski-Bisanti

The many faces of bipolar disorder Special

Christine Adewunmi, a 37-year-old stay-at-home mom and a former physical education teacher from Missouri, was struggling with bipolar disorder, depression, including researching suicide methods online.
Digital Journal Report by Lisa duTrieuille - 4 comments

Antidepressant being considered for meningitis cure

A long-established antidepressant, called sertraline, is being trialled in Uganda as a fungal brain disease treatment drug.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Antidepressant drug has potential to treat sickle cell disease

A widely used antidepressant drug called TCP has, according to new research, the potential to treat sickle cell disease.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

New generation of antidepressants may work faster

Scientists have been looking at a new wave of antidepressant medicines that, by focusing on the appropriate target in the brain, may work faster than medications currently available.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 3 comments

Link between antidepressants and heart risk

Some types of antidepressants have been linked with an elevated risk of certain heart conditions developing, according to a new study.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

A natural antidepressant discovered

A scientific team based at Yale University have identified a natural anti-depressant. The substance, called neuritin, is found in the brain and it has a role in nerve transmission.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Are we overdosed and overmedicated?

The popular belief that we’re “overdosed and overmedicated” is not rooted in reality but rather in a blatant prejudice against the mentally ill.
In the Media by Yukio Strachan - 13 comments

Report: Antidepressant medication may do 'more harm than good'

In a new report, Canadian researchers suggest antidepressants may be doing more harm than good. In the study, researchers examined previous patient studies and the impact of medications on the body.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 8 comments

Women on antidepressants may be more likely to have a stroke

Dallas - A new study shows that women who have a history of depression and are taking antidepressant SSRIs like Prozac, Zoloft or Celexa face a 39% greater risk of having a stroke.
In the Media by Joan Firstenberg

Depression: Neuroplasticity and 'giving' therapy is science based

With depression rates growing continuously every year, two reports recently published in IONS may offer more insight and help.
In the Media by Sara Star

Psychotropic drugs can cause birth defects

Copenhagen - Research in Denmark has produced alarming findings regarding major psychotropic drugs, whose side effects may include birth defects and withdrawals.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 21 comments

Update: Tamoxifen Benefits Compromised by More than Just Paxil Special

In a recent study, the antidepressant, paroxitine (Paxil), was found to nullify the benefits of the breast cancer drug, Tamoxifen. Other antidepressants found to have no effect on Tamoxifen in the study may be suspect anyway, lead researcher says.
Digital Journal Report by Caroline Menzies - 2 comments

Study: Antidepressants miss targets of clinical depression Special

Researchers have concluded that a key brain protein increases during depression but is completely unaffected by antidepressants.
Digital Journal Report by Andrew Moran - 4 comments

Antidepressants may cause personality changes with symptom relief

Treatment with antidepressant medication might cause real personality changes, alleviating depressive symptoms by decreasing neuroticism and increasing extroversion, according to researchers at Northwestern University.

Study: Antidepressants don't work because they treat effects

A Northwestern University study suggests that antidepressant medications are often ineffective because they target depression's effects instead of its root causes.

Antidepressant Usage has Doubled in Recent Years

Depression is a common occurrence, especially in an economic climate such as the current one. However, antidepressant usage has gone up significantly in more than a decade.
In the Media by Andrew Moran - 1 comment

An army on antidepressants: US military dilemma as mental health issues rise

The effects of protracted warfare have been generating some protracted arguments about mental health care. While the issues are fundamentally stress and combat-related, both the public and the troops’ expectations for care and treatment have risen.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 18 comments

FDA Issues Warning Against Online Drug Scam

There are chances you might actually be shipped a a schizophrenia drug - haloperidol, if you purchase certain anti-depressants from various Web sites; FDA offcials warned Friday
In the Media by nidsjourno
 

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