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Guidelines call for depression screening | ACP Internist

Guidelines call for internists to screen for depression, but only if they can offer support once they make a diagnosis. Internists who've already achieved this describe how they did so, and how it's benefited their patients.

Post-stroke depression: cultural differences : ACP Internist

I went to a session far too early this morning on cross-cultural differences in post-stroke emotional distress. It focused mainly on post-st...

How depression breaks the heart : ACP Internist

It's been known for quite some time that depressed patients have a higher risk of heart problems than those who are mentally healthy. What's...

QD: News Every Day--Depression interventions may increase treatment, but not outcomes : ACP Internist

Use of a tailored interactive computer program for depression immediately prior to a primary care visit resulted in the increased of recomme...

QD: News Every Day--Taking opioid analgesics for longer spans may lead to depression : ACP Internist

The risk of development of depression may increase when patients are on opioid analgesics longer, a study found Prescription opioid analgesi...

Contaminated truths: Wellbutrin, depression, GSK and evidence : ACP Internist

Like any perpetually anxious physician, I had one thought when I read the jaw-droppingly obscene details about GlaxoSmithKline's briberies a...

QD: News Every Day--Patients need prompting to bring up depression : ACP Internist

More than two in five patients hesitate to discuss depression in the primary care setting, leading researchers to offer practical tips on ho...

Mushrooms (psilocybin) studied for oncology and depression : ACP Internist

In “study of the week” news, major media outlets reported on two small studies looking at the possible benefits of the chemical psilocybin, ...

ACP Centennial Archives | ACP Internist

ACP Internist provides news and information for internal medicine physicians about the practice of medicine and reports on the policies, products, and activities of ACP.

Facing depression in medical residency | ACP Internist

Depression can be prevalent during medical residency, with long hours and social deprivation as contributing factors. Concerningly, the farther residents are into their training, the more depression rates rise. Some programs are delving into their

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