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Birth Defects May be One of the Side Effects of Antidepressants in Women

Tue, 03 Jul 2012 21:15:29 GMT

Being a woman can be a double-edged sword. Certain advantages can be given to them especially if they are viewed as the “weaker” sex. But then again, being a woman is not all about advantages. There are medical conditions that are more prevalent in women and almost always, hormones are often blamed for it. Depression, for example, happens to more women than men and researchers have shown that hormones can greatly affect the brain which controls our mood and emotions. Women with depr [...]

Research Shows Relates Mice Behavior to Human Depression

Fri, 18 Nov 2011 19:04:51 GMT

Zoloft Depression Recent research shows that differing personalities in mice give insight into human depression. A psychologist at the University of the Basque Country, Eneritz Gomez, discovered that humans and mice have a common response toward depression The results of her study provide valuable clues in knowing how humans deal with depression symptoms and life-threatening behaviors like suicide The study illustrated how coping with stress varies from person to person. According to Gomez, &ld [...]

Signs of Post-Stroke Depression

Tue, 25 Oct 2011 21:32:43 GMT

About 40 to 50 percent of patients who survive a stroke develop a post-stroke depression according to the UIHealth. care website.   Strokes vary in their effect, depending on the amount of tissue damage. The impact can be either mild or stronger, from challenges in finding words to paralysis, weakness, loss of motor control, and disturbance in thinking, feeling, writing, memory, speech and emotional functioning. Many patients who survive stroke feel fear, anxiety, frustration, anger [...]

NGO’s Offered Alternatives to Fight Depression

Tue, 04 Oct 2011 19:18:16 GMT

A world-wide campaign against depression has been conducted by several non-profit organizations (NGOs) such as Natasha Goulbourn Foundation.  The foundation is encouraging people with depression to heal in a natural way rather than automatically take medications to avoid serious side effects from antidepressant medications. Just like a recent study about women suffering from depression has put their unborn children at risk when they take an antidepressant like Zoloft. Some women who took [...]

Zoloft Linked to a Number of Birth Defects

Fri, 15 Jul 2011 19:46:05 GMT

Zoloft and Depression The increase in the number of pregnant women taking medications, including antidepressants as shown in a study does not bode well with Zoloft linked to the increased risk of birth defects among infants whose mothers were taking the medication during their pregnancy. Researchers from the Boston University School of Public Health said that the number of women using medication in the first trimester has increased by more than 60 percent now as compared to 30 years ago. &n [...]