Nearly Half of Antidepressants Not Prescribed for Depression, Study Finds
Physicians are increasingly prescribing antidepressants for a variety of conditions unrelated directly to depression, including pain, attention deficit disorder and digestive system disorders, according to a new report.
'The View' on Post-Partum Depression
The co-hosts take on the recent call that all women who give birth get screened for depression.
New Study Suggests Correlation Between Aggressive Children and Antidepressants
The study suggests children who take antidepressants may be more likely to become aggressive and have suicidal thoughts than was previously believed.
Pets on Prozac: Dogs Take Meds to Help with Anxiety
These New York City dogs suffer from the very real, very human, disorder of separation anxiety.
How 2 People Lost Half Their Body Weight
Heather Patterson and Austin Shifflett are featured in People magazine's "Half Their Size" issue.
Study Suggests Exposure to Antidepressants in Utero May Be Linked to Higher Risk of Autism
Researchers from the University of Montreal looked at 145,456 kids in Quebec, born between 1998 and 2009.
Index: Research Suggests Woman Taking Anti-Depressants During Last 6 Months of Pregnancy More Likely to Have Children With Autism
To the index tonight. The new medical headline this evening about pregnant women and autism. But researchering finding now that women taking antidepressants in the last six months of pregnancy are 87% more likely to have a child later diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Researchers warn it may
Hayden Panettiere Seeks Help for Postpartum Depression
The "Nashville" actress hopes to address the shame attached to the condition.
Why Suzie Favor Hamilton Says She Collapsed at 2000 Sydney Olympics
Part 2: After failing to medal at the Olympics, she returned to Wisconsin where her marriage was on the decay.
How Did This Olympic Runner Become a Las Vegas Escort?
Suzy Favor Hamilton, three-time Olympic middle-distance runner, had a secret double-life as a call girl.