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Risk of depression higher in old age

06-27 | DTC Team

Risk of depression higher in old age

Depression is not limited to feeling blue, nor it is just the grief that one experiences in case of death of a loved one. Instead, it is a serious medical condition, which can lead to severe disruptions in one’s day-to-day life. A combination of factors ranging from changes in hormone levels and side effects of […]

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Medical students prone to suffer from depression

06-21 | DTC Team

Medical students prone to suffer from depression

Lately, there has been a rapid rise in the rate of depression and risk of suicide among physicians. Sadly, mood disorders among doctors remain unnoticed and inadequately treated, with their reluctance to seek treatment being the biggest barrier. Many a times, physicians attempt to treat themselves suffer silently, which plunges them further into the darkness. […]

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Need for differential diagnosis in patients with depression

06-12 | DTC Team

Need for differential diagnosis in patients with depression

Many a times, signs and symptoms that seem to be associated with a particular disease may actually be related to an array of other diseases and disorders. Thus, while making a diagnosis of a specific disease, some clinicians focus on how the ailment is different from other disorders that may have similar symptoms. Also known […]

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People diagnosed with COPD prone to depression

06-06 | DTC Team

People diagnosed with COPD prone to depression

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, is a chronic disease of the lungs, and the third leading cause of death in 2014 in the United States. It is an extremely debilitating condition, however, with lifestyle changes, medications and therapy, one can possibly counter the many ill effects of COPD. Some progressive lung disorders that come […]

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