common mood

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Noun1.common mood - a mood (grammatically unmarked) that represents the act or state as an objective fact
modality, mood, mode - verb inflections that express how the action or state is conceived by the speaker
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And given how many people have depression but go untreated, getting help for this common mood disorder may help reduce the prevalence of stroke, which is the fifth-leading cause of death in the U.S.
"A child of consanguineous parents is at increased risk of common mood disorders and psychoses," the authors write.
Summary: London [United Kingdom] Mar 20 (ANI): Depression is a serious and common mood disorder.
Depression is a common mood disorder lasting more than two weeks that causes an individual to feel sad, hopeless, or helpless, and includes decreased energy or fatigue, restlessness, changes in appetite or weight, general aches and pains, gastrointestinal disturbances, and possible thoughts of suicide.
Just to prove how in touch her premiership has been with the common mood, and how she never flip-flops.
Depression is one of the most common mood disorders in the US.
EAT WELL STAY WELL EAT WELL STAY WELL What to eat to beat common ailments, by Dr Sarah Brewer, is out now, published by Connections DEPRESSION THIS common mood disorder is associated with an imbalance of brain chemicals, such as serotonin, noradrenaline and dopamine.
A common mood of distrust, intolerance and violence has gripped the country, spreading tension among the people, Symes explained, wishing the country to tackle the dismal situation.
Researchers said women with heart disease risk factors should be especially aware of depression symptoms, and that doctors should recommend depression screening if there are any indications of the common mood disorder.
Depression is the most common mood disorder, affecting some 18 million American adults in any given year.
You are asked to figure out if the adolescent in front of you is experiencing a real depression or just cycling through the common mood variations of adolescent development.