Depression and Bipolar Blog Posts

 

Reduced Gene Expression in Reward Center is Linked to Depression

Researchers from the University of Maryland have conducted a series of experiments in mice and humans leading them to conclude that ...
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How Long Should You Take Antidepressants

How Long Should You Take Antidepressants - Factors to consider, the importance of first getting well, how long it takes ...
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Functional Brain Imaging in Depression

Is there a role for functional brain imaging in depression? Many people seeking treatment are interested in the notion that ...
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Default Mode Network and Depression Treatment – Ketamine and TMS

Interaction between the default mode network and parts of the pre-frontal cortex may explain some depression phenomena and also links ...
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Ketamine for Depression – 2017

I just got back from an inspiring conference in Berkeley on Ketamine for Depression. I am eager to implement some changes in ...
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Ketamine Guidelines

Ketamine guidelines have recently been published by American Psychiatric Association Council of Research Task Force on Novel Biomarkers and Treatments. They ...
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Bipolar 101 An Online Course

Bipolar 101, an online course hosted by Gateway Psychiatric begins March 17, 2017: Bipolar 101 - The Basics and Beyond ...
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Depression Biology and Treatment

New research on depression biology and treatment highlights the rapid increase in knowledge in this area in the last decade ...
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Long Acting Injectable Aripiprazole for Bipolar

Long acting injectable aripiprazole for bipolar one patients has been shown to significantly reduce the risk of a recurrence of ...
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Long Term Depression Psychotherapy

Effective psychotherapy for depression that has lasted for years is needed because chronic depression (lasting two years or longer) develops ...
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