A depression screening is a series of questions or tasks used to determine if someone is experiencing symptoms of depression. Mental health professionals use it to screen for various types, including major depressive disorder, dysthymia (a milder form of depression), and bipolar disorder.
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The Basics Everyone Should Know About Depression
Do you know what depression is and how to spot it? Odds are, if you don't suffer from it yourself, you may not have a clue. Depression can be subtle, and often goes untreated because of common misconceptions.
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