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Major depressive disorder affects millions of Americans, causing high costs in both human suffering and medical expenditures. Here in this library you will find hundreds of helpful resources to help in diagnosis and treatment.

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Depression Diagnosis More Than Doubles Risk of Dementia

Depression Diagnosis More Than Doubles Risk of Dementia

Those who have a diagnosis of depression from their health care professional are also 2.41 times more likely to develop dementia later in life, compared to those who have not been diagnosed with depression. This risk of developing dementia remained almost the same regardless of when a person was diagnosed…
Let’s Face It, The Current Treatment Options For MDD Are Not Enough: Learn About Cognitive Emotional Training

Let’s Face It, The Current Treatment Options For MDD Are Not Enough: Learn About Cognitive Emotional Training

Otsuka Sr. MSL, Dr. Mark Tacelosky spoke with Dr. Brian Iacoviello who guided us through Cognitive Emotional Training for the treatment of major depressive disorder (MDD).

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