Are We Looking at a New Kind of Depression?

Are We Looking at a New Kind of Depression?
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Depression is one of the most frequently diagnosed mental illnesses, with an estimated 15 percent of the global adult population experiencing depression at some point in life. Antidepressants are a common treatment, but between 30 and 40 percent of those taking the medication do not respond. Some research suggests that almost half of all depressed patients may have treatment-resistant depression.

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