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Major Depression (Clinical Depression)
WebMD gives an overview of clinical -- or major -- depression, including its causes, symptoms, and treatment.
The Link Between Depression and Other Mental Illnesses
WebMD explains depression's link to anxiety and eating disorders and other mental illnesses.
Depression Statistics and Symptoms
How many Americans suffer depression? Test your knowledge.
The Importance of Diet During Recovery from Depression
Diet can have an effect on mood and depression. This article offers tips on how to eat right so you stay healthy and feel good.
Creative Outlets for Recovery from Depression
Expressing yourself creatively can boost your mood. This article talks about creative outlets that can help you feel better if you are recovering from depression.
A Depression Recovery Lifestyle
A healthy lifestyle is important to recovery from depression, and WebMD offers tips to help make recovery successful.
Maintenance Medications for Depression
People who continue antidepressants for four to five months after they recover from depression reduce their risk of relapse. Here's a summary of maintenance medications for depression.
Coping With Chronic Illnesses and Depression
Depression is one of the most common complications of chronic illness. Find out which illnesses are related to depression along with the symptoms and treatments of this type of depression.
After Depression: Working on Your Relationships
Depression can affect your relationships, and WebMD offers tips on strengthening relationships and getting support during your recovery. Learn more about depression and relationships.