It’s not just sadness, and it’s more than feeling bummed out. Depression is a serious health problem for millions of Americans. On average, approximately 16 million new cases of depression are diagnosed in the U.S. each year. Less than two-thirds of people diagnosed however, ever receive care. It’s a common but serious medical condition that can affect anyone – men, women, children – at any time, at any age. Depression comes in many forms and has a variety of symptoms. Do you know the symptoms?
- Quiz: Are you depressed?
- What causes depression and who is at risk?
- Recognizing depression in: teens | women | men | older adults
- Stepping up efforts to home in on teen depression
- Depression may look different in men
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- Infographic: Mental Health
- 10 things to do for your mental health
- 10 warning signs of suicide
- Is your college student at risk for suicide?
- Suicide prevention tips
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