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Depression Health Center

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  1. Childhood Depression

    Childhood depression is different from the normal "blues" and everyday emotions that occur as a child develops. Learn the signs of childhood depression and how it's treated.

  2. St. John's Wort for Treating Depression

    Is St. John's wort a good alternative to antidepressants? Learn more from WebMD about the mood-boosting potential of this common herbal remedy.

  3. Alternative Treatments for Depression

    Complementary and alternative approaches to depression include massage, acupuncture, yoga, and listening to music. Learn more from WebMD about the power of these practices to lift one's mood.

  4. Teen depression

    Here’s information about teens and depression -- the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment -- that parents can use to help prevent serious problems.

  5. Exercise and Depression

    Regular exercise is an excellent way to boost your mood and get in shape. Learn more from WebMD about the benefits of daily exercise on depression and how to get started.

  6. Tests Used to Diagnose Depression

    Learn what to expect if you see your doctor for symptoms of depression. Find out which tests and tools may be used to diagnose your condition.

  7. Relaxation Exercises for Depression Recovery

    It's important to take time to relax when you are recovering from depression, and WebMD offers tips on relaxation methods.

  8. The Link Between Depression and Other Mental Illnesses

    WebMD explains depression's link to anxiety and eating disorders and other mental illnesses.

  9. Self-Injury

    Self-injury, also called self-harm or self-mutilation, is often a sign of deeper problems. Learn more.

  10. 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.

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