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The History of Depression: The Mind-body Connection (Antidepressants)
The History of Depression: The Mind-body Connection (Antidepressants) Kenneth McIntosh 142220104X 9781422201046 Clinical depression is a common problem for teenagers as well as adults; surveys suggest one in eight teens will strug
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The History of Depression: The Mind-body Connection (Antidepressants) by Kenneth McIntosh

Clinical depression is a common problem for teenagers as well as adults; surveys suggest one in eight teens will struggle with depression in a given year. Although many people think of depression as a modern illness, the disorder has afflicted men, women, and children for thousands of years. By studying the history of this mind-body illness, readers can learn what depression is, and how doctors and scientists have developed treatments. While primarily historical, The History of Depression includes valuable and relevant information about todays treatments, including cognitive therapy, antidepressant medications, and natural treatments. While this book, is not a substitute for professional medical advice, it gives students and parents solid information about a vital health topic. Book jacket.

Author: Kenneth McIntosh

Language: English

Binding: Library Binding

Pages: 120

Publisher: Mason Crest

Publication Date: 2006-09-30

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ISBN: 142220104X


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