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Depression treatment is often successful

90% of people find depression treatment beneficial. Depression treatment involving medication and verbal therapy is the most successful. Men often find it hard to admit they are not coping. Signs of depression include sadness, trouble sleeping, appetite change and fatigue. Behavioral traits such as drinking, drugs, gambling or working too much can also signal depression.

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About: Depression treatment is often successful

Date: 27 October 2004

Source: WIS Tv

URL: http://www.wistv.com/Global/story.asp?S=2489144&nav=0RaPSTNw

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