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Bringing It Up: 13 Tips for Talking with Your Physician About Depression


Apr. 21, 2014 University of Michigan Depression Center

Perhaps you’re troubled by lingering sadness or hopelessness, or you’re noticing changes in sleeping or eating habits, a lack of energy, trouble concentrating or a loss of interest in activities you used to find pleasurable. These symptoms may indicate depression or a related illness. But how do you know for sure?

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