Major Depression Diagnoses Up 33 Percent Since 2013, Study FindsBlue Cross Blue Shield Association (BCBSA), who insures over 106 million people, reports that major depression cases skyrocketed from 2013 to 2016.
Poor, Black Teens Show Depression Differently, Rutgers Study FindsThe study focuses on 800 black teens and young adults from fiscally poor communities in New York , St. Louis, Washington D.C. and Philadelphia.
Doctors Using 'Club Drug' To Treat Severe DepressionPeople may know it as a club drug, but some patients suffering from depression call it a miracle drug.
Yogurt Could Reverse Depression Symptoms, Study FindsResearchers believe that eating yogurt may reverse depression symptoms in humans.
Study: More Than A Quarter Of Medical Students Are Depressed, SuicidalThe analysis reviewed nearly 200 studies involving more than 129,000 students in 47 countries.
Study: Increased Cellphone Use Linked To Depression In Young PeopleA new study finds that increased cellphone use is triggering depression in young people.
Zeoli Show Log 10.06.16Rich discussed the controversy surrounding the Wheely Wheely Good Food truck, Hurricane Matthew and Clowns Lives Matter. He also discussed running political ads during a natural disaster, Hillary Clinton helping out Chelsea's friend and censorship of Talk Radio. Rich spoke with Dr. Mazz during Ask the Doctor at 4pm.
Birth Control Linked To Depression, New Study SaysTaking hormonal birth control might be associated with an increased risk for depression.
22-Year-Old Delaware Valley Man Shares Journey About Student Depression, Saving LivesDrew Bergman had everything to live for, but while a junior at St. Joe's Prep, he continued his years long struggle with depression and he attempted suicide. He describes that crisis moment as looking at his life through a straw.
Signs That You May Be Suffering From Anxiety Or DepressionThere are numerous mental health issues that we deal with in medicine but two of the most common are from anxiety and depression.
Study Finds There's No Such Thing As Winter BluesResearchers say a large-scale survey of U.S. adults provided no evidence that levels of depressive symptoms vary from season to season.