Depression means different things to different people. Depression can be a symptom, (as when a person says, "I feel depressed"), a sign (when someone observes, "he looks depressed"), or a diagnosable disorder. It is important to separate depressive disorders from everyday "blues" or sadness, which are not depression. Depression is one of the most common medical problems in the United States and around the world. At some point in their life, about one in four Americans will experience at least one episode of depression.
Depression affects an estimated 18 million Americans…
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