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Depression and Alzheimer's Disease A fact sheet that discusses depression and Alzheimer's disease and how a caregiver can recognize depression in a family member or patient with Alzheimer's disease.... Details >American Academy of Family PhysiciansDepression: Don't Let the Blues Hang Around Also available in: Spanish Everyone gets the blues now and then. It's part of life. But if you feel little joy or pleasure after visiting with friends or seeing a good movie, you may have a more serious problem. Being depressed... Details >National Institute on Aging Information CenterDepression: NIMH Health Information Mental illnesses are common health conditions. This document from the National Institute of Mental Health provides information about the signs and symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment for depression.... Details >National Institute of Mental Health, National Institutes of HealthOlder Adults: Depression and Suicide Facts Major depression, a significant predictor of suicide in older adults, is a widely underrecognized and undertreated medical illness. In fact, several studies have found that many older adults who comm... Details >National Institute of Mental Health, National Institutes of HealthWhat is Bipolar Disorder? This page provides information on Bipolar Disorder.
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