A study finds those who had gender-affirming therapies were less likely to have sleep disorders, suggesting a possible protective effect.
Stressed at work? A recent study focused on new doctors finds depression risk rises with hours worked
In “emulated” clinical trial, longer work weeks were strongly linked to a larger rise in depression symptoms, pushing some first-year resident physicians into moderate or severe depression range.
Study finds transgender college students are 2-3 times more likely to be diagnosed with sleep disorders, depression and anxiety, and have 3-4 times higher likelihood of suicidal behavior.
Surgeons-in-training, and first-year residents who identify as LGBTQ+, experience more new signs of depression than peers.
People who delivered babies during the pandemic also reported more distress and anxiety.