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Depression and Heart Disease

The relationship between depression and heart disease (and stroke) is a reciprocal one. Those who are depressed are more likely to have a stroke or myocardial infarction, and in turn, depression is a common outcome to both of these physical events. Anti-depressant medication and psychotherapy can serve as a form of prevention, but choice in …

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Why would someone complete high school and college, and go through a series of hurdles to eventually establish a profession …
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Disability – Looking for Alternatives

Disability Disability becomes a relative term after an examination is made of residual abilities. If we look at those who …
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Depression Detection

When you realize that major depressive disorder is often missed during the course of routine health care, there needs to …
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