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Ketamine injections for depression? A new study shows promising results, but it’s one of many options

Ketamine might be better known as a recreational drug or anesthetic. But there is growing evidence of its use for people with hard-to-treat depression. An Australian study released today showed some positive results for people with treatment-resistant depression when given ketamine injections. But we don’t know if these effects are sustained long-term, and there are …

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UL research shows that even moderate exercise reduces the risk of depression

UL research shows that even moderate exercise reduces the risk of depression

Image courtesy of Getty Images New research from the University of Limerick has shown that even moderate daily physical activity can reduce the risk of depression. A study by physical activity and mental health experts at the University of Limerick and Trinity College Dublin reveals that a dose of physical activity equivalent to just 20 …

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Maryland sees uptick in stimulant prescriptions due to Adderall shortage, state schedule shows - WTOP News

Maryland sees uptick in stimulant prescriptions due to Adderall shortage, state schedule shows – WTOP News

The Maryland Prescription Drug Monitoring Program has internally tracked the increase in stimulant prescribing from 2018 to the present. There was a notable increase from 2020 to 2022 in the number of stimulant prescriptions, said Chase Cook, acting director of communications for the Maryland Department of Health. FILE – Adderall XR capsules appear on February …

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KFF survey shows complexity, bureaucracy, denials, confusion rivaling affordability as an issue for insured consumers, with some saying it has led them to opt out or delay care

KFF survey shows complexity, bureaucracy, denials, confusion rivaling affordability as an issue for insured consumers, with some saying it has led them to opt out or delay care

KFF survey shows complexity, bureaucracy, denials, confusion rivaling affordability as an issue for insured consumers, with some saying it has led them to opt out or delay care The majority (58%) of people with health insurance say they have experienced at least one problem using their coverage in the past year, with even higher shares …

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