HealthDay (11/2, Munez) reports, “People receiving inpatient treatment for major depression had increased brain connectivity after just six weeks,” investigators concluded in a study that “compared brain connectivity…in 109 patients with serious depression to that in a control group of 55 volunteers without depression.” In the study, “MRI scans were used to identify which brain areas were communicating with others before and after treatment.” The findings were presented at a meeting of the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology. (SOURCE: APA Headlines)