A new study reports certain nutritional supplements may increase the effectiveness of antidepressants.
Researchers report early interventions can help accelerate recovery for PTSD, but results may not be sustained.
Researchers report the antidepressant paroxetine suppresses neuroinflammation in improves reaction time in people with HIV associated cognitive impairment.
A new study focuses on why exercise may be an important tool in treating depression and other disorders linked to GABA or glutamate deficiencies.
A new study reports antidepressant use in pregnancy is linked to a significant increase in the risk for the offspring to develop autism.
Researchers report that a commonly prescribed antidepressant may also protect against compounds that can cause memory loss and dementia.
A new study reports sex hormones taken by those undergoing gender reassignment can alter brain chemistry and increase risk for mood disorders, especially in men transitioning into women.
Researchers explain how a molecular amplification system helps a new class of antidepressants alter brain signaling in specific neurons and how this produces the antidepressant effect.
A new study reports Zoloft, a commonly prescribed antidepressant alters brain structure differently in those who are depressed and those who aren't.
A new study reports that serotonin promotes the consolidation of traumatic memories following stress events. Additionally, SSRI medications which are commonly prescribed for PTSD may make the condition worse by enhancing the effects of serotonin.