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  1. St. John's Wort

    Evidence that St. John’s wort is an effective antidepressant is conflicting. WebMD explains.

  2. What are some basic facts about depression in men?

    What are some basic facts about depression in men?

  3. How is depression treatment determined for each person?

    How is depression treatment determined for each person?

  4. What's the difference between "situational depression" and depression that’s not situational?

    What's the difference between "situational depression" and depression that’s not situational?

  5. Can depression be inherited?

    Can depression be inherited?

  6. What is depression?

    What is depression?

  7. What is dysthymia?

    What is dysthymia?

  8. Can sleep problems be a symptom of depression?

    Can sleep problems be a symptom of depression?

  9. What Is Serotonin Syndrome?

    WebMD explains serotonin syndrome, a potentially fatal condition, including causes, symptoms, and treatment.

  10. Depression - Treatment Overview

    Depression can be treated in various ways. Counseling,psychotherapy,and antidepressant medicines may all be used. Lifestyle changes,such as getting more exercise,also may help. Your doctor or mental health professional will help you find the best treatment. For severe depression,a very small number of people may need to stay in a hospital for a short time,especially if they are thinking ...

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