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Depression and Fatigue

Posted on July 18, 2019

It is well recognized that many patients with major depressive disorder (MDD) do not achieve full remission. One of the most common residual symptoms is fatigue. We discuss one article where Dr. Maurizio Fava MD of Harvard Medical School is interviewed on this topic. Up to one third of patients may continue to have fatigue … Continue reading >

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Losing a loved one

Posted on July 14, 2019

I’ve been fortunate in a way to have not lost anyone yet who was significant in my life until recently. It was Mimi, my first pet, a beloved short haired tabby. In some ways, losing a pet can be more intense than losing a human companion. They are innocent, pure, and a true depiction of … Continue reading >

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Misconceptions about depression treatment

Posted on July 5, 2019

Depression is complex and highly unique to each individual. The word itself varies so much in terms of how each person uses it. Some people use to the words such as “that was depressing” when thinking of a story, others can say “I’m so depressed” during extra trying times. Depressive symptoms can also be caused … Continue reading >

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