However the adolescents who had both JIA and depression at entry continued to have significantly more pain and disability at follow-up than did the nondepressed
JIA patients, suggesting a link between depression and refractory pain and disability in JIA patients, the researchers reported.
In a multivariate regression analysis adjusted for demographics, cardiovascular risk factors, prior disease diagnoses, medications, and other potential confounders, the "remained depressed" group was 33% more likely to experience a cardiovascular event than was the nondepressed
group, she said.
Patients with cancer and depression have significantly more emergency and non-emergency visits and are more likely to be hospitalized as well as rehospitalized within 30 days than nondepressed
cancer patients, suggesting that active treatment of depression in cancer patients can pay off in both better patient care and lower costs, reported Brent Mausbach, Ph.
However, among women with an intended pregnancy, depressed mothers return to paid work more quickly than nondepressed
people, patterns were pretty predictable.
Effect of medroxyprogesterone on depressive symptoms in depressed and nondepressed
perimenopausal and postmenopausal women after discontinuation of transdermal estradiol therapy.
All subjects were free of psychotropic medications, medically healthy, nondepressed
, and substance free.
Three hypotheses were tested: (1) Depressed mothers are more likely to demonstrate harsh parenting than are nondepressed
mothers; (2) depressed mothers are more likely to demonstrate neglectful parenting than are nondepressed
mothers; and (3) depressed mothers are more likely to demonstrate emotional maltreatment than are nondepressed
Adolescents with type 1 diabetes and clinically significant symptoms of depression were more likely than their nondepressed
peers to have higher glycosylated hemoglobin Ale values, and to perform less-frequent daffy blood glucose monitoring (BGM), Meghan E.
A total of 37% of patients were classified as remittent, meaning that they progressed from depressed to nondepressed
over the course of the study, said Ms.
More than 80% of the depressed patients died or were hospitalized, compared with 43% of nondepressed
Premenopausal women with even mild depression have less bone mass than do their nondepressed
peers, a study funded in part by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), shows.