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Alkermes chief executive Richard Pops said he was disappointed by the vote of the FDA advisory panel on its new drug for major depressive disorder. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

(...) depression developed by Irish-based company Alkermes for patients with an inadequate response to standard(...)

Alkermes reckons more than eight million people in the US alone suffer from a major depressive disorder. File photograph: Getty Images

Administration (FDA) agreed to reconsider a depression drug it had snubbed only two weeks ago. In an unexpected(...)

Richard Pops, chairman and chief executive officer of Alkermes. Photograph: Patrick Fallon/Bloomberg

(...) refusal to consider approval for a depression drug for which it had high expectations. The Food and Drug(...)

Stress management: Psychologists recommend creating a “restorative niche”, a distinct place and time where you can relax. Photograph: Getty

Entrepreneurs are 30 per cent more likely to experience depression than their non(...)

Illustration: Gary Waters/Ikon via Getty Images And researchers are seeking to understand lesser-studied aspects of depression, which they(...)

It is very normal for sensitive children to become sad or upset over random incidents that don’t seem troublesome. Photograph: Thinkstock

(...) family history of anxiety and depression, and I would love your advice on how to best deal with this and(...)

UCC scientists are examining how bowel bacteria can affect an individual’s mental health. File photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

(...) clinical depression, but there is a newly discovered link between the two. Faecal transplantation is(...)

New Trinity College Study finds that elite athletes wrap their identity up in their sporting personality to the detriment of their mental health

Elite athletes who suffer from depression frequently have an “unhealthy and dysfunctional(...)

Scientists in Cork have discovered a way to show whether you are the kind of person who can deal with stress or are vulnerable to its negative effects. Photograph: Getty

(...) treatment of depression. Some people seem to thrive in stressful situations, while others buckle under the(...)

The breast-feeding study used data from 14,000 births in the Bristol area in the 1990s, making it one of the largest of its kind.

(...) of its kind. It showed overall that one in eight women experienced depression in the three years(...)