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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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A growing number of studies demonstrate difficulties that depressed mothers have in interacting with their children, remarks psychiatrist John Markowitz of Columbia University.
A depressed patient may report no interest in food or may overeat.
If they were clinically depressed then they should not have been in the job until they were more able to function properly.
It goes to hopefully becoming a role model for other young men and women who have suffered spinal cord injuries, showing them with action, not just words, that no matter how scared and depressed you get, you never quit on life.
Although teachers, particularly at the high school level, cannot be expected to develop a close relationship with every one of their students, it is possible for teachers to take some actions to strengthen their relationships with depressed students.
heart disease, and diabetes, in fact, people with diabetes have a twofold chance of getting depressed, and people with depression are twice as likely to get diabetes.
Eighty-seven percent of women had resumed intercourse by the survey date, and another 2% had attempted to do so; the proportion who had at least attempted to start having sex again was significantly greater among women without depression than among those who were depressed (90% vs.
Nevertheless, Pack is to be commended for her quantitative analysis of the Frost Belt-Sun Belt thesis, and her concern to improve the well-being of persons located in depressed metropolitan areas.
But for those people with a chemical imbalance in their brains, these stressful events can cause them to become depressed," Koplewicz says.
According to research led by Jonathan Rottenberg, a fifth-year graduate student in psychology, depressed men and women are no more likely to cry than nondepressed ones when they watch a tear-jerking movie clip.
Depressed youths are twice as likely to develop obesity during adolescence as their nondepressed peers, a longitudinal analysis has shown.
Psychiatrists have taken the position that the apparent increase in the incidence of depression is just a mirage--that this much depression has always been present in the population; it is simply better diagnosis and the decreased stigma associated with our treatments that are responsible for the escalating numbers of reported depressed people.