Caregivers with approach-oriented coping strategy have less anxiety and depression symptoms, better quality of life

Psychologists report increases in those seeking care for anxiety, depression, substance use and no capacity for treating new patients

Authors say routine screening for these symptoms may be beneficial in clinical practice

Reduction in caregiver depressive symptoms may have positive impact on child asthma outcomes, partially mediated by child depressive symptom severity

Initiating systemic hormone therapy before age 50 years linked to increased risk for depression

Depression scores reduced significantly for single 25-mg dose versus 1-mg dose, but not for single 10-mg dose

<p>However, treatment lowers risk of dementia among older adults</p>

Estimated change from baseline in the PHQ-9 score increased with increasing work hours

However, only night sweats appear to be associated with stress scores

Authors say the health of family caregivers should be monitored in clinical practices