Depression in students, signs and symptoms, treatment Pezhman Barimani Author
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Depression is increasingly being perceived as a global problem of rapidly increasing dimensions, or as a modern-day 'epidemic'. This perspective is widely articulated by the World Health Organization WHO, and is clearly evident not only in popular media coverage of health issues, and within depression-related 'self-help literature and online resources, but also in government-produced public health material. While the term 'epidemic' does not tend to be specifically used in clinical literature, there is, nonetheless, a dominant view of dramatically increased depression prevalence within the sphere of psychiatry and psychology


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