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This website was established by a team of mental health professionals, experienced in both traditional and complimentary medicine. Our goal is to provide people in need with necessary information about depression, anxiety, dysthymia and other mental diseases, and help them make a right choice regarding treatment. We are dedicated to providing accurate, current, and relevant information about clinical depression to the general public. The availability of valid factual information is crucial in helping millions of people affected by depression to understand that they are not alone, that help is available, and that they can feel better!

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Gender and Depression


Women experience depression about twice as often as men. Many hormonal factors may contribute to the increased rate of depression in women–particularly changes in hormone levels…Read the article


Aging and DepressionGrowing old is not easy: Friends and family members die. A satisfying professional life may be a thing of the past. Physical weakness usually may replace health… Read the article

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