Home > Medical > Depression > News News All sections in Depression » About Depression » Antidepressants » Anxiety Disorders » Care » Depression in... » ECT » FAQs » Health Tips » Living with Depression » Medico-legal Aspects » Depression News » Post-natal Depression » Psychotherapy » Real-life Story » Suicide » Support Groups Head injuries may eventually lead to depression Individuals who experience multiple concussions as young adults may experience midlife mental-health issues, which are likely to be inflammation-related. Depression fades as menopause approaches A study suggests that some women who are depressed as they move toward menopause may notice their symptoms fading or disappearing after a few years. Depression makes cells age faster Researchers found that the telomeres of people who had ever been depressed were significantly shorter than those of people who had never suffered from depression. Talk Man Talk forum » Quiz Could you be bipolar? » Ask CyberShrink » Quiz Are you depressed? » Climate change hit list 10 salty food culprits Impact of healthy lifestyle choices on depression New studies underscore the potential impact of healthy lifestyle choices in treating depression, the effects of ageing, and learning. Kids with head injury may be depression prone A study in the US has found that children who have suffered a concussion may have a much higher than average rate of depression. Antidepressants may increase diabetes risk A new look at past studies indicates that people who use antidepressants may be at higher than average risk of getting type 2 diabetes. Exercise may ease teen depression Teens can suffer from depression like everyone else, but a study hints that exercise might help ease the condition. Teenage depression may originate in womb Teenagers are more likely to be depressed if their mothers were depressed while pregnant, according to a new study. More South Africans diagnosed with depression The number of professionals diagnosed with depression in South Africa has increased significantly, according to Profmed medical scheme. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life.