Postpartum Depression: Brexanolone and Other Treatments

Postpartum Depression (PPD) affects between 10-15% of new mothers. PPD causes mothers to suffer from a long-lasting depression that, if severe, can put both the mother and the child in danger. Though PPD is common, available antidepressants are not guaranteed to help. A new treatment, brexanolone, offers hope for some mothers but also has severe side effects.

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New Warnings on Singulair Allergy and Asthma Drug

Due to its psychiatric side effects, the FDA advises that Singulair should not be the first choice treatment for mild allergies, and healthcare providers should weigh the potential risks and benefits before prescribing Singulair for asthma.

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How to Cope with Coronavirus Anxiety

Anxiety can be scary, but it is possible to overcome it. If you are feeling like you are spinning out of control with anxiety reading the news about the coronavirus, this article can help.

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