A team studied data from 13,626 adults in the US and also found the 25% who ate the most chocolate of any kind were less likely to report depressive
symptoms than those who did not eat it.
In the cross-sectional study, a range of other factors including height, weight, marital status, ethnicity, education, household income, physical activity, smoking, and chronic health problems were also taken into account to ensure the study only measured chocolate's effect on depressive
To determine the prevalence of depressive
symptoms in first-time fathers and identify notable risk factors, the researchers surveyed 622 Canadian men during their partners' third trimester.
Bipolar depression refers to the depressive
episodes of bipolar I disorder.
Previous studies had suggested that depressive
symptoms among mothers with eating disorders might improve after the perinatal period, but those studies didn't have such a long follow-up time to confirm that the increased risk of depressive
symptoms does, in fact, persist for women who have had an eating disorder.
disorder (MDD) is common, recurrent, chronic and disabling.
Cherrington, M.D., M.P.H., from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and colleagues examined the effects of peer support on acute care and hospital utilization in individuals with type 2 diabetes with or without depressive
disorder was diagnosed as per ICD-10 criteria and Migraine headache as ICHD-2 criteria for diagnosis.
The findings, published in the journal Depression and Anxiety, suggests that negative experiences on social media were associated with depressive
Association of efficacy of resistance exercise training with depressive
Percentage * of Adults Aged [greater than or equal to] 20 Years Reporting Depressive
Symptoms ([dagger]) in the Past 2 Weeks, by Sex--National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, United States, 2013-2016
Diagnosis of depressive
disorder was based on diagnostic criteria of International Classification of Diseases (10th version).