Depression is the world’s most common mood disorder, and it is spreading like a viral contagion. You can’t catch depression in the same way you catch a cold, but the latest research provides overwhelming support that moods spread through social conditions, defining depression as more a social problem than a medical illness. Our social lives […]
Seven years ago, John McManamy was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Through his successful Web site and newsletter, he has turned his struggles into a lifelong dedication to helping others battling depression and bipolar disorder reclaim their lives. In Living Well with Depression and Bipolar Disorder, he brilliantly blends the knowledge of leading expert authorities with […]
Byline: Abbas Abbaszadeh, Forough Pouryazdanpanah Kermani – Email: [email protected], Hosein Safizadeh and Nouzar Nakhee Objectives: To estimate the prevalence of physical and emotional violence and postpartum depression in a pregnant Iranian population.
Byline: Sayed Abbas Haghayegh, Mehrdad Kalantari, Hosein Molavi, Majid Talebi and Javad Alemohamad ABSTRACT
In an article in this issue Heald et al (1) in their study on characterization of depression in schizophrenia report that the precise nature of depressive symptoms present in different phases of the schizophrenic illness can be differentiated qualitatively from primary depression. The authors introduce about the history, prevalence and importance of depressive symptoms in […]
Byline: Mustafa Tozun, Unal Ayranci and Alaettin Unsal ABSTRACT
Byline: Majidah Khanam, Azra Sultana, Shehnaz Abbasi and Kanwal Rehman ABSTRACT