Tag: "depressants" at medical news
Depression drugs help baby
...suffering from postpartum depression who take anti depressants
are more likely to have infants with healthy weight gain when compared to babies of mothers who went untreated. The findings suggest women should seek treatment even if they need to take anti-depressants while breast feeding. Postpartum depression in...
Electroconvulsive Therapy Is The Treatment For Depression
...d Drug Administration (FDA) says that certain anti depressants
like serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) results... Edinburgh in Scotland. They suggested these anti depressants
and shock therapy are the only treatment of option available and their advantages outweigh their ris...
Suicide Rates in Children Soar
...eded from CDC to corroborate the link between anti depressants
and suicides. Some specialists from the mental health feel that suicide prevention measures which include drugs and counseling will go a long way in combating this issue. JYT...
The FDA Warns Consumers Against Purchase of Drugs on Web
... The drugs advertised as sleeping pills and anti depressants
were in reality a powerful anti-psychotic, which would eventually land victims in hospitals. Federal health officials revealed that Ambien-a sleep aid, Xanax and Ativan- anti-anxiety medications and Lexapro an antidepressant were all made of halope...
The Science of Happiness
...is quickly replaced by apathy and depression. Anti depressants
may help to suppress negative emotions but they do not help to generate joy. Besides, some recent studies have warned that certain drugs are capable of unleashing suicidal tendencies in susceptible individuals. Stress and discontent are facto...
Queensland- Sunny Side Up Please
...ensland where nearly 11,500 prescriptions for anti depressants
are handed out to patients. In 2005-2006 the State’s G.Ps dispensed nearly 4.2 million anti-depressant prescriptions- to the extent that anti -depressant scripts make up for 11% of prescriptions issued in Australia. Jenny Hargreaves, from the ins...