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Recognizing the Symptoms of Depression
Posted On: Dec 18, 2013

Recognizing depression and treating it appropriately may be the start of a healthier, happier lifestyle. Left untreated, depression can potentially become a serious medical condition. It not only affects one’s mood, thoughts and body, but it also affects one’s sleep, appetite, self-worth, and overall decision making. Depression is not an indication of a personal weakness. It is an illness and with appropriate treatment most people who suffer from it will feel better. To read more about “Recognizing the Symptoms of Depression”, follow the link below to UnitedHealthcare’s Topics of Interest and News section of the Your Track to Health web site where you can click on Monthly Hot Topic(s) and select the article.  

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