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Tags: depression


Inquirer’s look at using Facebook to screen for depression emphasizes research ‘is still in very early stages’


Newsweek prematurely reports ‘promise’ for ketamine as a treatment for depressed teens


ABC News doesn’t oversell early research on blood test for depression


Gene test for depression treatment: Realistic patient story helps keep WSJ article grounded


‘May help’…’may prevent:’ Conditional statements water down TIME’s look at exercise and depression study


Sleep deprivation for depression: Philadelphia Inquirer gives readers needed context on study limitations


NBC News says gene test ‘may help treat depression,’ but doesn’t back up claim


WSJ’s look at digital therapy covers a lot of ground–except potential downsides


TIME takes cautious approach with probiotics and depression study

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Bloomberg story provides clear-eyed view of trendy neurofeedback brain-training clinics