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People of color with depression are more likely to be underdiagnosed and untreated.
A new research project will identify the most effective ways for people of color to manage stress.
The increased rate of suicide in the last decade has significantly impacted Black and Latino adolescents.
Federally funded research aims to understand the effects of psilocybin on depression and anxiety in people with cancer.
Stigma and systemic racism can kill, according to the first study to look at suicide risk among HIV-positive youth.
Black and Latino populations particularly lacked access to mental health treatment post-stroke.
People with untreated depression are more likely to be nonadherent to antiretroviral treatment, but antidepressants remove the disparity.
However, people who are not successfully treated may continue to experience declines in mental health.
Janssen Pharmaceuticals creates a safe space to talk about depression within the LGBTQ community and beyond.
Women who reported chronic depression before the pandemic were 72% more likely to be hospitalized after COVID-19 diagnosis.
New studies shed light on rates of depression, anxiety and the risks of self-harm and suicide in people diagnosed with cancer.
Lung cancer patients had less depression and anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic than their healthy counterparts.
A potential treatment for certain mental disorders involves zapping a certain area of the brain with short bursts of electrical energy.
The best mental health treatment for LGBTQ people begins with therapy that supports each person as an individual.
The release of the “feel-good” hormone dopamine in the brain is actually triggered by both pleasurable and stressful experiences.
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