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1971 13
1972 7
1973 17
1974 10
1975 19
1976 13
1977 10
1978 14
1979 15
1980 17
1981 13
1982 8
1983 13
1984 9
1985 8
1986 24
1987 23
1988 19
1989 20
1990 23
1991 28
1992 43
1993 36
1994 58
1995 30
1996 53
1997 76
1998 87
1999 101
2000 119
2001 121
2002 130
2003 223
2004 312
2005 385
2006 487
2007 470
2008 508
2009 535
2010 570
2011 726
2012 918
2013 1035
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2015 1226
2016 1187
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2019 612
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Prevalence of Depression in the Community from 30 Countries between 1994 and 2014.
Lim GY, et al. Sci Rep 2018. PMID 29434331 Free PMC article.
The prevalence of depression may be affected by changes in psychiatric practices and the availability of online mental health information in the past two decades. ...Point prevalence of depression was significantly higher in women (14.4%), countries with a medium human development index (HDI) (29.2%), studies published from 2004 to 2014 (15.4%) and when using self-reporting instruments (17.3%) to assess depression. ...
The prevalence of depression may be affected by changes in psychiatric practices and the availability of online mental health informa …
Depression as a Risk Factor of Organic Diseases:An International Integrative Review.
Bica T, et al. J Nurs Scholarsh 2017 - Review. PMID 28692781
PURPOSE AND DESIGN: This integrative review offers a systematic synthesis of the international literature regarding the role of depression as a risk factor in physical illnesses and the mechanisms of this connection. ...Results suggest that depression is a significant risk factor for the development of physical illnesses and diseases. More commonly studied were the connections between depression and cardiovascular disease, metabolic syndrome, biochemical alterations, diabetes, dementia, cognitive impairment, Alzheimer's disease, somatization and chronic pain, asthma, arthritis, and hyperlipidemia. ...
PURPOSE AND DESIGN: This integrative review offers a systematic synthesis of the international literature regarding the role of depressio
The prevalence and trend of depression among veterans in the United States.
Liu Y, et al. J Affect Disord 2019. PMID 30699861
BACKGROUND: Depression is a common psychiatric illness that is associated with high rates of mortality and morbidity. However, studies reporting the trends of depression among U.S. veterans are limited. ...CONCLUSIONS: Results indicate that disparities in prevalence of depression existed among U.S. veterans. Cost-effective strategies are needed to help prevent and treat depression among U.S. veterans....
BACKGROUND: Depression is a common psychiatric illness that is associated with high rates of mortality and morbidity. However, studie …
The risk factors of antenatal depression: A cross-sectional survey.
Chen J, et al. J Clin Nurs 2019. PMID 31165522
METHODS: Demographic questionnaire was developed from the literature review, and depression was assessed using the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale. ...However, education level, smoking or drinking before pregnancy was found not to be associated with antenatal depression. CONCLUSION: Our findings suggest that the prevalence of antenatal depression was high. ...
METHODS: Demographic questionnaire was developed from the literature review, and depression was assessed using the Edinburgh Postnata …
Depression among the elderly population in Sohag governorate.
Aly HY, et al. Saudi Med J 2018. PMID 29436568 Free PMC article.
Results: About two-thirds (62.7%) of participants suffered from depression. Regarding depression levels, 450 (43.8%) participants had mild depression with GDS-15 scores between 5 and 8, and 18.9% of participants had moderate depression, represented by GDS-15 scores between 9 and 11. No participants had severe depression. Applying logistic regression analysis, increased age, female gender, and living in rural areas were significantly linked to the occurrence of geriatric depression among participants. ...
Results: About two-thirds (62.7%) of participants suffered from depression. Regarding depression levels, 450 (43.8%) participa …
Depression in the U.S. household population, 2009-2012.
Pratt LA and Brody DJ. NCHS Data Brief 2014. PMID 25470183 Free article.
Depression is a serious medical illness with mood, cognitive, and physical symptoms (1). Depression is associated with higher rates of chronic disease, increased health care utilization, and impaired functioning (2,3). ...Current depression is defined as severe or moderate symptoms; no depression is defined as mild or no symptoms....
Depression is a serious medical illness with mood, cognitive, and physical symptoms (1). Depression is associated with higher
Depression prevalence and treatment among older home health services users in the United States.
Xiang X, et al. Arch Gerontol Geriatr 2018. PMID 29306114
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study is to provide a nationally representative estimate of the rates of depression and depression treatment, and to explore factors associated with receipt of depression treatment, among older home health services users. ...Depression was measured by the Patient Health Questionnaire-2. Depression treatment included antidepressants use and receipt of mental health counseling or psychotherapy. ...
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study is to provide a nationally representative estimate of the rates of depression and depression
Greenness and Depression Incidence among Older Women.
Banay RF, et al. Environ Health Perspect 2019. PMID 30735068 Free PMC article.
Despite this, few studies have considered its impact on depression, and most are cross-sectional. OBJECTIVE: The objective of this study was to examine surrounding residential greenness and depression risk prospectively in the Nurses' Health Study. ...Incidence of depression was defined according to the first self-report of either physician-diagnosed depression or regular antidepressant use. ...
Despite this, few studies have considered its impact on depression, and most are cross-sectional. OBJECTIVE: The objective of this st …
Correlated factors of depression among male and female inmates.
Santos MMD, et al. Rev Bras Epidemiol 2019. PMID 31553358 Portuguese, English. Free article.
A dependent variable was categorized into depression, any other mental disorder and no mental disorder (reference). RESULTS: The prevalence of depression was of 33.3% -(30.3 - 36.5) in women and 12.9% (11.1 - 15.0) in men. ...Among women, depression was associated with physical health problems, drug crimes, violent crimes and being imprisoned. DISCUSSION: Results confirmed the differences between associated factors with depression regarding sex. ...
A dependent variable was categorized into depression, any other mental disorder and no mental disorder (reference). RESULTS: The prev …
Epidemiology of depression.
Angst J. Psychopharmacology (Berl) 1992 - Review. PMID 1546146
Data from the prospective Zurich Study with four interviews over 10 years give relatively high 10-year prevalence rates for subjects from age 20 to 30 (14.4% major depression, 10.5% recurrent brief depression, 0.9% dysthymia, 3.3% bipolar disorder, 1.3% hypomania). ...
Data from the prospective Zurich Study with four interviews over 10 years give relatively high 10-year prevalence rates for subjects from ag …
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