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Caregivers of critically ill patients may develop depression: Study

06-30 | DTC Team

Caregivers of critically ill patients may develop depression: Study

Providing support to dear ones who are critically ill is not easy, and this is what makes the role of a caregiver challenging. Apart from experiencing physical stress of making the necessary medical arrangements or taking care of the emotional needs of the patient, a caregiver faces emotional turmoil which may be a cause of […]

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Children with Cushing's syndrome likely to be depressed after treatment: Study

06-14 | DTC Team

Children with Cushing’s syndrome likely to be depressed after treatment: Study

Not much is known about the prevalence of Cushing’s syndrome with an estimated 10-15 people among 1 million exhibiting symptoms of the disorder in a year in America. Cushing’s syndrome, also known as hypercortisolism, is a rare disease caused due to abnormally high levels of cortisol hormone.

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Depression treatment can reduce risk of major cardiovascular problems: Study

06-01 | DTC Team

Depression treatment can reduce risk of major cardiovascular problems: Study

Depression and heart diseases are considered serious illnesses with a devastating impact on the overall health and wellness. There is a strong evidence showing that symptoms of depressive disorder are associated with the risk of coronary heart disease (CHD). However, until recently, not much was known about this complex relationship.

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