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Using ketamine as an antidepressant may be risky, states report

04-20 | Rachael

Using ketamine as an antidepressant may be risky, states report

For people with chronic depression, traditional treatment options such as antidepressants, psychiatric therapy and electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) may be ineffective. Most antidepressants usually take effect after six to eight weeks of starting treatment, and only 30 percent or so patients benefit from specific antidepressant drugs. Ketamine, a popular party drug, has been suggested as a […]

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Exercise can manage depressive symptoms in kids

04-18 | Rachael

Exercise can manage depressive symptoms in kids

The growing popularity of video games, social media, school projects, and other concerns about safety raise some apprehensions regarding children’s dwindling involvement in exercise-related activities. Nowadays, engaging in physical activities for children is all about participating in sports, gymnastics, martial arts, dance or other congruent activities. These activities are crucial to the development of a […]

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