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Depression, which affects people of all ages, income, race, and cultures, is a disturbance of mood and is characterized by a loss of interest or pleasure in normal everyday activities.

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PsychNet-UK Major Depression Information Sheet - Description, Causation, Treatment, Associated Features, Differential Diagnosis etc. No Video Available.
Depression, Major - In Adults in Primary Care (Guideline). PDF leaflet. Not Rated
Help for Depression - ( Treating depression can be complex. Because of the wide range of treatment options available, it's important to stay informed. Here are some of the more common treatment strategies recommended for depression. 3/5
Major Depression Facts - Understanding Clinical (Major) Depression Today - Major Depression is a huge problem and it is growing. By looking at the statistics we can clear up common misconceptions and make it easier to tackle major depression at its root. 3/5
Major Depression - Is a type of depressive medical illness that is both persistent and has an enormously detrimental effect on a person's thoughts moods and functioning. It is also one of the leading causes of disability in developed nations. Major depression is actually a depression subtype and others include ones such as seasonal affective disorder, dysthymia and bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder actually involves two phases and one of these is depression. 3/5
Major Depressive Disorder and Unipolar Depression - Major Depressive Disorder, also called Clinical Depression, is a serious psychiatric illness that should not be confused with temporary sadness or "the blues." People use the term "depression" to mean many things, such as the sadness, despondency, and dejection. Major Depressive Disorder, on the other hand, is a clinical syndrome that includes symptoms of depression (as a mood), as well as physical symptoms such as fatigue, a loss of energy, and sleeping difficulties. 3/5
Partial validation of the atypical features subtype of major depressive disorder - By Posternak MA, Zimmerman M. Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, Brown University School of Medicine, Rhode Island Hospital, 235 Plain St, Suite 501, Providence, RI 02905, USA. Arch Gen Psychiatry 2002 Jan;59(1):70-6. 3/5
Reboxetine - Double-blind, placebo-controlled study with reboxetine in inpatients with severe major depressive disorder 3/5
Prevention of Relapse/Recurrence in Major Depression by Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy. - Downloadable PDF Document.This study evaluated mindfuiness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT), a group intervention designed to train recovered recurrently depressed patients to disengage from dysphoria-activated depressogenic thinking that may mediate relapse/recurrence. Recovered recurrently depressed patients (n = 145) were randomized to continue with treatment as usual or, in addition, to receive MBCT. Relapse/recurrence to major depression was assessed over a 60-week study period. Not Rated
  Teen Depression - A Guide for Parents - Teenage depression isn’t just bad moods and the occasional melancholy—it’s a serious problem that impacts every aspect of a teen’s life. Teen depression can lead to drug and alcohol abuse, self-loathing and self-mutilation, pregnancy, violence, and even suicide. But as a concerned parent, teacher, or friend, there are many ways you can help. Talking about the problem and offering support can go a long way toward getting your teenager back on track. 3/5
  Understanding Depression - A Mind UK Leaflet - This booklet describes the symptoms of depression and the different kinds of treatment available. It suggests ways that people can help themselves, and what family and friends can do. It also tells you where to find further advice and information Not Rated
What is Depression? - Major depression is a serious medical illness affecting 15 million American adults, or approximately 5-8 percent of the adult population in a given year. Unlike normal emotional experiences of sadness, loss or passing mood states, major depression is persistent and can significantly interfere with an individual’s thoughts, behavior, mood, activity and physical health. 3/5
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