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Depression With an Uncommon Cause

A case report of an acute, transient, reversible depression prompts us to think in a different way about depression.

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Depression

A case report of an acute, transient, reversible depression prompts us to think in a different way about depression.

Do persons with depression and a history of early life trauma benefit more from psychotherapy or pharmacotherapy? Take the quiz and learn more.

The articles in this Special Report address suicidal behavior in the context of the role of sexual identity, the effects of antidepressants and lithium on suicidal behavior, and clinicians’ reactions in the aftermath of suicide.

As an occupational hazard, preparing for the possibility of patient suicide will help the clinician anticipate the types of support that our colleagues or we may need to weather the event.

The merging of primary psychiatric care with primary medical care is urgently needed. Here’s why.

Through archival footage and interviews, the documentary "Prozac: Revolution in a Capsule" does a remarkable job of capturing the time when transformation ignited the collective imagination.

Are suicide rates higher or lower during holidays such as Thanksgiving and Christmas? Take the quiz and learn more.

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