Light Therapy Highly Effective for Major Depression

by Pam Harrison November 23, 2015 on Medscape The combination of bright light therapy plus an antidepressant significantly improves nonseasonal major depressive disorder, and light therapy alone is more effective than antidepressant … [Read more...]

Positive Long-Term Benefit of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

The Wall Street Journal PRESS RELEASE May 21, 2013, 5:00 p.m. ET Largest clinical study evaluating durability of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) shows depression patients maintained remission through 52 weeks with the … [Read more...]

TMS Improves Quality of Life in Drug-Resistant Depression

From Medscape Medical News > Psychiatry TMS Improves Quality of Life in Drug-Resistant Depression by Caroline Cassels May 17, 2012 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) — Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is not only effective in the … [Read more...]

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulator TMS is Effective to Treat Major Depression

TMS is the very impressive cutting-edge in treating Recurrent Major Depression in adults. Currently we have one Outpatient depression treatment modality. It is primarily treating Major Depression Disorder with different classes of … [Read more...]

Agitation, Depression, Apathy Predictors of Progression from MCI to Dementia

From Medscape Medical News Agitation, Depression, Apathy Predictors of Progression from MCI to Dementia by Caroline Cassels July 23, 2010 (Honolulu, Hawaii) … [Read more...]

Trans-Fats Linked to Increased Depression Risk

From Medscape Medical News > Psychiatry Trans-Fats Linked to Increased Depression Risk Findings Have Major Implications for Americans by Deborah Brauser January 28, 2011 … [Read more...]