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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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Forty-one per cent of fathers said they had hit their child in the last month -- over three times as many as fathers who weren't depressed, reported the study published in the journal -- 'Paediatrics.'
Following the inquest, his father, Nick Easey, said: "Nobody really knew the extent to which Max was depressed. To find out the information he was clinically depressed at the inquest was a real shock to us all.
Conclusion: Depressed skull fracture is common neuro surgical issue.
Keywords: Depressed, Edinburgh post natal depression, Lactating mothers, Perceptions of insufficient, Questionnaire.
The MACE rate was 4.8% in the nondepressed group and similar at 4.6% in the "no longer depressed" group, Dr.
Individuals with depressed mood forgot more number strings than people without depressed mood when responding to a sentence with negative information.
Among depressed men, only those aged 60 or older had a significant difference in obesity rates, at 47%, compared with 35% of nondepressed men, the NCHS found.
Mentally ill individuals, particularly those who are depressed, are rejected in friendship situations (Coyne, 1976; Joiner, 1996; Joiner & Metalsky, 1995; Strack & Coyne, 1983) as well as employee selection and promotion situations (Chan, McMahon, Cheing, Rosenthal, & Bezyak, 2005; Koser, Matsuyama, & Kopelman, 1999).
Dr Sharma said that if a golf stick is hit lightly, depressed fracture will not be inflicted.
All the depressed patients were treated for a minimum of 6 weeks with paroxetine 20 to 40 mg/d and any adjunctive treatments the treating clinician considered appropriate.
"Someone who is depressed tends to lack motivation and feel overwhelmed.
(1)Children of mothers having depressive symptoms will score low on the level of academic achievement (Spelling, Reading and Arithmetic) as compare to children of non depressed mothers.