The survey also found higher prevalence among the young in the profession while attributing the problem to stress and work culture in the profession.
Scientists suggest that all US adults should contact doctors in order to screen depression.
A new government-released report by CDC recommends adult screening for depression to women in their reproductive age and seek advice from doctors before taking anti-depressants.
Research shows that the brain's "emotional" circuit is more likely to be passed down from mothers to daughters as opposed to other scenarios.
A government-appointed task force recommends depression screenings for high at-risk populations including pregnant women in an effort to reduce cases of post-partum depression (PPD) among mothers.
The mental state of both parents may affect a baby during pregnancy, and lead to premature births.
Patients who need weight-loss surgery due to severe obesity tend to suffer from mental health problems, a new study reported.
Exercise for depressed patients can lead to a lower risk of heart disease, a new study reported.
Gender wage gap appears to affect risks of depression and anxiety disorder in women, a new study found.
According to a new study, kids who have allergies at an early age are much likelier to have symptoms of anxiety and depression
A Yale study shows that high fat diet can cause depression like symptoms.
Breaking the rules, being a rebel child and to rebuke the adults is what the teenagers do best today. However, the new study reveals a dark secret of social media that suggests how new technology is helping teenage kids share their dangerous behaviors with other people.
Scientists have succeeded in creating serotonin neurons, which regulate the mood and appetite, from stem cells.
A new study claims that the risk can increase by as much as 87 percent when antidepressants are used during second and third trimester.
For people with early signs of dementia, singing can be an effective tool in boosting memory and mood.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.