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Depression (major depressive disorder)


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  • Website: Mayo Clinic
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Depression is a mood disorder that may make you feel sad or lose interest in things. You can help prevent depression by controlling stress, speaking with family and friends, and getting help if you need it.


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sad, blues, depressed, down, upset, cry, tears, mood, mental health

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Rated on: 4/29/2018 8:34:07 PM

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