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    Depressed? How Well Are You Managing Your Symptoms?

    Answer a few questions, and you'll find out:

    • Tips to help you day to day
    • Medication information and other treatment options
    • Ways depression may be affecting your health

    Reviewed by Joseph Goldberg, MD on April 16, 2016



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