Pregnancy, Depression an Anxiety?

A recent study has shown that anxiety and depression in women could be connected to a lower chance of becoming pregnant through in vitro fertilization (IVF). The study that began in 2007, included more than 23,000 women in Sweden who underwent IVF. Only over 4 percent of these women were diagnosed with depression or anxiety …

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Eating Tips for Depression

Living with or recovering from depression is difficult. While there is no quick fix, there are some things that you can incorporate into your treatment to help ease recovery. For example, food! Here are some food tips that can help to gradually increase your mood: Smart Carbs: Don’t avoid carbs. They can boost the positive chemical …

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Teens with Depression

A teenager living with depression can be mistaken as just moody, having trouble with school, or just going through puberty related emotions. However, in some cases, these changes in behavior can be signs of depression. Depression is a serious mental health problem that must be treated. Here is some more information about teenagers living with …

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Sharing your stories can help others: Depression

“After struggling with depression for years, Joshua Rivedal is sharing his story and the stories of countless others — with the world.” -Huffington Post Rivedal opens up to Huffington Post Live about his new book The i’Mpossible Project, slated to release in January, and his road to recovery and what pushed him to publish these stories …

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Dr. Rishi Kakar of Segal Institute for Clinical Research Listed as an Author on Research Paper

Segal Institute for Clinical Research’s Dr. Rishi Kakar helped to author the research paper, “A Selective Nociceptin Receptor Antagonist to Treat Depression: Evidence from Preclinical and Clinical Studies,” which was recently published in Neuropsychopharmacology. Specifically, the paper is centered around a  study that demonstrated that NOP receptors with LY2940094, translate to antidepressant efficacy in patients with major depressive disorder …

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