Index to Chiropractic Literature
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  Title Depression: Recognizing its prevalence and co-morbidity: Are you thinking outside the box?
Journal Nutr Perspect. 2010 Jan;33(1):5-14
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Publication Type Article
Abstract/Notes There are many faces of mood disorders, specifically depression that we encounter on a frequent if not a daily basis in out practice but also in everyday life. It behooves us as health care professionals to be prepared to help the individual who walks into out office seeking help to understand the many faces of depression. The focus for this paper is to understand how prevalent clinical depression is, to provide an overview of symptoms and criteria, and recognize other illnesses associated with the symptoms of depression thus improving accuracy of diagnosis and treatment plans.

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