Tag: depression

UofL Trager Institute uses technology to reduce social isolation for older...

Amid efforts to stem the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, social isolation and loneliness have emerged as a significant public health crisis, particularly for...

Increasing access to psych therapies is focus of UofL lecture

The need to make psychological therapies widely available is the focus of the “Building Hope” public lecture on Thursday, Nov. 1. David M. Clark, PhD,...

Kent School grad to study impact of horses and sunshine

Can horses and sunshine make you happy? Foley Hart, a Kent School of Social Work graduate student, thinks so and will soon launch a study...
Jesse Wright, M.D., Ph.D.

UofL researchers discover effective depression treatment through technology Computer-assisted therapy reduces...

Computer-assisted cognitive behavioral therapy effectively treats depression, showing potential to improve access to the treatment and reduce its cost, according to researchers at the...

UofL research finds depressive symptoms linked to shorter survival in patients...

In a study of patients with head and neck cancer, even mild depressive symptoms were associated with poorer overall survival. Published early online today...

Personalizing depression treatment is focus of UofL lecture Talk kicks off...

Tailoring treatments for people with bipolar and depressive illnesses and the need to forgo a one-size-fits-all approach is the focus of the “Building Hope”...

Health literacy campaign to focus on depression in African Americans Commonwealth...

“When Mom died it was like my heart was yanked out,” said Hazel Scott. “I never smiled, and I didn’t care about anything.” Scott is...