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MedCircle Series About Depression
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“After a major loss, such as the death of a spouse or child, up to a third of the people most directly affected will suffer detrimental effects on their physical or mental health, or both.” Source: NCBI
Studies show that 1 in 5 university students are affected by anxiety or depression.
20% of all adolescents will experience some form of significant depression.
A study published by the global health service company Cigna, found that 46% of U.S. adults report sometimes or always feeling lonely and 47% report feeling left out. Cigna calls those “epidemic levels.”
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Depression affects 300 million people, yet only one-third get any treatment. Here’s how to address that disparity.
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