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Circadian components are profound in depressive disorders, such seasonal affective disorder. This article introduces a course to be given at this year’s APA Meeting in Toronto, on melatonin and light treatment.

Unsuccessful fertility treatment takes a toll on both partners, and knowing their mental health history can help predict depression risk.

Like the body’s inevitable arrival at homeostasis, a bereaved person's mind settles—eventually. A peer-to-peer conversation from someone who has been there.

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Successful identification and treatment of depression is possible in busy primary care settings. Here are 5 questions about depression to test your knowledge.

A case report of an acute, transient, reversible depression prompts us to think in a different way about depression.

The reasons reflect the silence that surrounds depression, its basic invisibility, and the mistaken notion that it can't be dealt with in primary care.

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