Slideshow: Help Your Depression Treatment Work
Get tips on dealing with depression. See how you can get more from your depression medicine -- including exercise, diet, and supplement information.
Slideshow: Tips for Living Well With Depression
The right exercise, diet, and activities -- even playing with a pet -- can help you recover from depression. Watch this slideshow to see simple things you can do to improve your mood.
Slideshow: 11 Warning Signs of a Depression Relapse
See some signs depression may be back. Learn when sadness, sleeping habits, irritability, and more may be signs to seek help for depression.
Slideshow: Surprising Signs of Depression
Worried you may be depressed or that a loved one needs help? See some signs of depression beyond sadness and trouble sleeping -- and when to seek help.
Depression Overview Slideshow
What is depression? WebMD provides information on symptoms, tests, and treatments for many types of the disorder.
Slideshow: A Visual Guide to Postpartum Depression
Many new moms get the “baby blues,” but postpartum depression is more serious. Our slideshow covers the symptoms, treatments, and ways to feel better from postpartum depression.
Slideshow: Myths and Facts About Depression
Folk remedies and half-truths still prevent many from getting treatment for depression. Pictures show unusual symptoms in men, seniors, and others, along with many ways to recover.
Slideshow: Myths and Facts About Therapy
False ideas scare many people away from a therapist and the quick relief these helping pros can provide. See if you can tell the myths from the facts in this slideshow from our medical editors.
Slideshow: Physical Symptoms of Depression
Does your depression make you hurt? WebMD shows you the physical symptoms of depression -- like sleep problems, chest pain, fatigue, and headaches.
Slideshow: Unexpected Benefits of Depression Treatment
Depression treatment can improve more than your mood. WebMD you shows how antidepressants and therapy can improve sleep, relationships, and more when you are depressed.