New Study Reveals How Childhood Fears Play Role in Future Anxiety and Depression

Having hypermobile joints can increase the risk for depression and anxiety in adolescents

New research (N =436): People in relationship with narcissists (family members, relatives, romantic partner) experience abuse, financial burden, and unwanted sexual behavior. And as a result, they tend to report high anxiety, depression, self-aggression, and somatic symptoms.

Depression Risk Increases With Hours Worked in Stressful Jobs

Prenatal wellness classes cut moms' depression in half up to eight years later

Five precepts of Buddhism may be linked to lower depression risk

Children born during the Great Depression aged faster | Your biological and chronological age are not the same -- and exposure to stress while still in the womb may make some people age faster as adults.

Living alone increases the risk for depression by 42%, according to recent research (seven studies; 123,859 individuals)

Self-administration of Psilocybin in the Setting of Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD): Microdosing with the Fadiman Protocol (12 min read) | Innovations in Clinical Neuroscience [Jul 2022]

A Psychologist Explains Why Depression Is One Of The Most Misunderstood Mental Illnesses

Leveraging our gut bacteria to treat depression

More Successful Than Ketamine – A Shocking Depression Treatment

Strict Parenting May Hardwire Depression Into a Child’s DNA

Cornell Scientists Have Identified a Cellular Process Related to Post-Partum Depression

Corporal punishment affects brain activity, anxiety, and depression

An intranasal formulation of psychedelic 5-MeO-DMT (BPL-003) has completed a Phase 1 study of safety, tolerability and pharmacokinetics. BPL-003's effects were felt within minutes and resolved within 90 minutes. Drug now progressing into trial of people with treatment-resistant depression.

Potential new lead compounds for the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders

Experts Urge Caution Over Study Linking Menopause Depression With Oral Hormones

Is there a link between vitamin D and depression?

Nice explanation of why the latest study claiming “clear evidence” for serotonin hypothesis of depression is not actually supported by the presented data