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depressed

Of or relating to a security, product, or market in which demand is weak and price continues to decline.
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Nondepressed mothers were actually more likely to have overweight 6-month-old infants than were those who were depressed, 22% versus 9%, respectively, said Dr.
It's estimated that 30%-60% of depressed patients have pain, according to both clinical and population-based studies.
Researchers found little difference in mildly depressed patients who took the antidepressants Prozac, Effexor, Serzone and Seroxat/Paxil and those who took a dummy pill, or placebo.
Among depressed patients who didn't improve on the antidepressant citalopram (Celexa), one in four became virtually symptomfree by switching from citalopram to a second antidepressant.
In his study, patients who were not depressed had a benefit from acupuncture that appeared to increase in a dose-related fashion.
assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, and her colleagues published four years ago, showing that even after successful depression treatment, elderly patients with depression did not regain the level of cognition they had before they became depressed.
The 24% of women who had heard a family member express concern about acquiring an STD and the 15% who had heard discussion about substance use before sex had a greater likelihood of being depressed than did those who had not had these experiences (odds ratios, 1.
As easy as it may seem to be for people to admit to being depressed or pop a Prozac, depression remains a complicated, misunderstood disease that can be controlled but not cured.
During adolescence, complications of depression such as antisocial behavior may emerge, and depressed youngsters are likely to have increasing difficulty in school, possibly dropping out altogether.
Some depressed girls appear smart, pretty and confident on the surface, only dealing with their real feelings once they are alone.
When, in actual fact, they were really just exhausted and a bit depressed.
They found 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels to be 14% lower in depressed subjects (average: 19 ng/mL) than non-depressed subjects (average: 22 ng/mL).