Researchers report alcohol produces the same neural and molecular changes as drugs that have proven to be rapidly effective antidepressants.
A new study reports people with Alzheimer's disease are more likely to use antipsychotic medications, and for longer periods of time, than the general public.
Ezogabine, an FDA approved anti-convulsant, appears to significantly reduce symptoms in those with major depressive disorder.
A new study reports anti-inflammatories used to treat conditions like rheumatoid arthritis may also help to treat some cases of depression.
Ketamine may improve brain functions involved in mood regulation, researchers report.
A new Nature Communications study reports the antidepressant Clomipramine may relieve symptoms of primary progressive multiple sclerosis.
A new study reports antidepressant use in pregnancy is linked to a significant increase in the risk for the offspring to develop autism.