The FDA Approved a Ketamine-Like Nasal Spray for Hard-to-Treat Depression
The drug, esketamine, is a new kind of antidepressant for people who haven't responded to other treatments.
Lee Hoffer, PhD
Sleep Deprivation Was More Powerful Than Antidepressants for Me
If I'd known a decade ago that staying up at night could help with depression, I'd have been less likely to dismiss my own experience as just a curiosity.
How to Tell if You Should See a Psychiatrist Versus a Psychologist
As a general rule, television shows and movies completely screw this up.
Living With It
This Is What It's Like to Live With Agitated Depression
Agitated depression—or “melancholia agitate"—has been described as a mixed state in which some symptoms of depression exist with those of other psychiatric ailments.
Just Because You Can't Stop Taking Antidepressants Doesn't Mean You're Addicted
Americans often talk about depending on antidepressants like it's the same thing as being addicted to drugs like coke. Here's why that's wrong.
How Long Can You Take Antidepressants?
Experts recommend people stay on antidepressants for four to nine months after remission, but some keep taking them for years.
I Sold Pills to Manhattan's Elite from a Restaurant Coat Check
You can make a hell of a lot of money as a drug-dealing restaurant hostess.
A Third of Antidepressants Aren't Prescribed For Depression
Uncovering the secret life of antidepressants could open up a host of new treatments.
I'm Trying to Channel My Depression Like Frida Kahlo
"Trying" being the operative word.
Doctors Are Too Quick to Give Women Antidepressants
Are they prematurely whipping out those prescription pads?
Meryl Davids Landau
How to Take Antidepressants and Still Have a Sex Life
Your happiness should not cost you a single orgasm.
'Side Effects May Include': The Search for an Antidepressant That Works
It's hard to find the right medication for depression when doctors still don't understand the science behind it.