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Dealing with the Depths of Depression
Did you know such greats as Abraham Lincoln and Beethoven battled depression? We've learned a lot since then.

Feeling Blue? You�re Not Alone
Depression is not a sign of weakness. It�s a real medical condition that can be treated. And it affects, on average, 34 million Americans. If you think you are depressed, talk to your doctor. This is important. Be sure to find out if medical treatment is right for you.

The Many Faces of Depression
Talking about depression can be, well, depressing. But learning about its physiological underpinnings and treatment can help uncover what depression is all about.

Depression : A Journey of Discovery
Depression can often lead to a journey of discovery of one's self, a journey in which we choose the direction and course ahead.

Dealing with Depression
Learning how to prevent and deal with depression in safe and natural ways can be an important step in maintaining a healthy and vigorous lifestyle.

Surviving the Baby Blues: Postpartum Depression
Forget the hormones, it's easy to see why anyone might be melancholic. Women are supposed to be happy, but they are usually sleep-deprived, physically exhausted and faced with the responsibility of a new baby.

The Disabling Effects of Seasonal Affective Disorder
According to the National Institute for Mental Health, approximately 10 percent of Americans currently suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (also known as SAD) and related disorders.

Forget Being Free of Depression, Start Living Now!
Suffering or not suffering from depression is not what's important, rather it is how we respond to depression and life events that counts.

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