Depression – now blood test can diagnose depression in teens

First blood test to diagnose major depression in teens — Breakthrough test identifies depression and its subtypes with promise of individualized treatment – A breakthrough approach that allows an objective diagnosis of major depression in teens by measuring a specific set of genetic markers found in a patient’s blood. The current method of diagnosing depression is subjective. It relies on the patient’s ability to recount his symptoms and the physician’s ability and training to interpret them.

Depressed adolescents more likely to be bullied

New study: Adolescents suffering from depression more likely to be bullied — It’s often assumed that bullying leads to psychological problems, but this study doesn’t support this line of thought – A new study provides evidence that adolescents who suffer from depression are more likely to develop difficulty in peer relationships including being bullied at school. It’s often assumed that being bullied leads to psychological problems, such as depression, but the study doesn’t support this line of thought.

Working overtime work may lead to depression

Working too much is correlated with 2-fold increase in likelihood of depression – People who work 11 hours are twice as likely to suffer depression. In simple words, too much overtime or working long hours doubles your depression odds, confirmed in recently published scientific study. Workers who spend long hours at the office are more than twice as likely to develop depression as those who do a standard day.

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