Researchers assess which aspects of working memory are affected by age, sleep quality, and mood and whether these factors work in unison or independently.
A recent study concludes that while exercising often relieves symptoms of depression in men, it may not be as effective for women.
Depression increases the risk of chronic constipation. A new study in mice examines the mechanism behind this relationship and trials a new drug.
New research in mice pinpoints some of the key mechanisms that ketamine triggers in the brain to fight the symptoms and characteristics of depression.
A new way of determining the genetic risk of depression may help predict which children and adolescents are most likely to face mental health problems.
After reviewing data on 620,000-plus people, scientists quash claims that a single or handful of genes can have a strong influence on risk of depression.
A new longitudinal cohort study has confirmed a link between experiencing mental health problems throughout adulthood and having poorer memory in midlife.
A new review of clinical trials delves deeper into the benefits of various forms of non-invasive brain stimulation for treating severe depression.
Differences in genes and structures of nerve cell that make and use serotonin could explain why some people with major depression do not respond to SSRIs.
Scientists repurposed an accessible bioinformatics tool to find DNA mutations, some of which occur at high levels in people with major depressive disorder.