Depression, The

Depression, The

The worldwide economic crisis of the early 1930s characterized by mass unemployment and galloping inflation.
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Marital status: Although marital status was not found to be statistically significant as a factor related to depression, the trends showed greater prevalence of depression among unmarried and widowed patients.9
This result was unexpected as more experience leads to less stress and therefore less depression, the result might be explained by the possibility of work dis-satisfaction among those physicians.
Each worker with bipolar disorder lost the equivalent of almost 66 workdays yearly, compared with 27 lost workdays for each person with major depression, the researchers report in the September American Journal of Psychiatry.
While the insured suffered from fatigue, lack of concentration, changes in mood, anxiety and depression, the depression and anxiety associated with fibromyalgia are believed to be symptoms of this muscular disease, rather than causes of it.
Although previous studies have associated adolescent depression with sex and drug use, the current study is among the first to provide insight into the causal relationship between the risky behaviors and depression, the authors wrote.
After the initial bounce following the secular low in the Showa Depression, the market essentially went sideways (or traded in a "box" market) for the next 10 years, i.e., between 1935 and 1945.
For those children whose mania preceded depression, the rate of multiple anxiety disorder was similar to that of children who had unipolar depression (around 45%).
While about one in six people have an episode of major depression, the number goes to one in two for people with heart disease.
(3) Since the initial excitement from being in any new environment might hinder valid and reliable measurement of depression, the pretest was administered on the second day of the camp program.
The greater the degree of depression, the closer were the injuries to the left frontal lobe.

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