Researchers discover genes associated with major depressive disorder are altered in opposite directions in males compared to females.
Researchers discover common and specific changes to the brain's gray matter in patients with major depressive disorder and social anxiety disorder.
During periods where personal choices of activities are constrained, natural mood regulation becomes impaired, resulting in an increased risk of depression.
Researchers link social media factors to major depressive disorder in Millennials. The study found those with MDD were less likely to post photos of themselves with other people and reported having less social media followers.
A new mouse study discovers different networks of brain activity in animals more susceptible to developing depression following a stressful event.
Hippocampal HCN channels are more highly expressed in people with major depressive disorder. Antidepressants that increase cAMP signaling interfere with TRIP8b's ability to bind to HCN channels, helping to restore cognitive ability in those with MDD.
A new study reports those with the highest genetic propensity to mental illness are twice as likely to be hospitalized for depression than those with the lowest propensity.