This week, The British Medical Journal reported on a review of over 18,000 subjects on SSRI therapy: “In the randomised trials children say that they don’t work for them, but they increase their risk of suicide.”
Read more here: https://www.madinamerica.com/2016/01/largest-ever-review-of-antidepressants-finds-doubled-suicide-rate/
Access the full study here: http://www.bmj.com/content/352/bmj.i65?etoc=
“Scientists of a new study published this week in Biological Psychiatry sought to bring all this prior work together by studying the relationships between telomere length, stress, and depression.” Read more here: Depression & Aging
Depression is the Leading Cause of Disability in Ages 15-44: A Snapshot of Mental Health in the U.S. According to the American Psychological Association. Read More Here.
With so many forms of L-methylfolate available, we often get asked why the form in Enlyte is any different and how 7 mgs can be effective. Enlyte contains L-methylfolate magnesium, a form twice as soluble as the calcium form found in other folate preparations. The theme across all the ingredients in EnLyte is that less can be more. Click here to view solubility testing data.