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A commercial test could let doctors easily screen for major depressive disorder.
Compounds that trigger the growth of new brain cells might help treat depression.
Human tests of an electrode implanted deep into the brain could one day lead to smart, self-regulating implants.
A large-scale trial will test whether software can identify depressed patients.
Scientists in Israel are testing a noninvasive method to electrically stimulate neurons deep in the brain.
A device helps to pair patients with the right antidepressant.
Researchers find they can alleviate depression in mice by boosting a protein in one part of the brain.
Scientists are using genetic “light switches” to probe memory and improve disease therapy.