depression


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an area sunk below its surroundings

a period of decreased business activity and high unemployment

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a long-term economic state characterized by unemployment and low prices and low levels of trade and investment

a period during the 1930s when there was a worldwide economic depression and mass unemployment

an air mass of lower pressure

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angular distance below the horizon (especially of a celestial object)

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pushing down

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Depressed pregnant women are more likely to suffer from obstetrical impediments like pre-eclampsia.9,10 The children of mother with depression may experience impaired neurological, cognitive, emotional, and behavioral growth.11 A large number of epidemiological studies have revealed that 10-15% of women of childbearing age show depressive symptoms.11,12 The highest prevalence estimates of antepartum suicidal ideation (23-33%) have been accounted in studies conducted in the United States.13 The prevalence of antenatal depression was 14.2% in Brazil,14 19% in Jordan,15.5% in Malta,15 25% in Jamaica, more than 48.4% in Pakistan.16-17
There is scarcity of research to assess the antenatal depression among women seeking antenatal care in tertiary care private institutions of Lahore.
Depression reduces elderly's ability to rehabilitate.
The fate of elderly depression is incomplete recovery with higher relapse3.
[USA], Dec 29 ( ANI ): According to a new study, daughters of fathers, as well as mothers who experience post-natal depression, are more likely to suffer from depression and emotional problems themselves during their teenage years.
The study was published in the journal 'JAMA Psychiatry' and found that almost one in 20 new fathers suffered depression in the weeks after their child was born.
It is estimated that about 86.8 percent of infertile women develop anxiety and 40.8 percent develop depression.4 In a study conducted in Karachi, depression rate was almost 62% in infertile women.
Objective: To determine frequency and severity of depression among multiple sclerosis patients presenting to a tertiary care hospital in Karachi.
Analysis of a group representing everyone in care for HIV in the United States determined that more than 1 in 3 HIV-positive people have depression. (2) Almost half of these people with depression did not have a diagnosis of depression in their medical file, meaning many of them never discussed depression with their HIV care provider.
Suicide is now the second leading cause of death for adolescents aged 15 to 19 years, a sad statistic that seems unlikely to change in the face of rising rates of depression among individuals in that age range, according to a recent Youth Today article.
Questionnaire included socio-demographic profile and geriatric depression scale (GDS) scale consisting of 15 items.
Aims & Objectives: Determination of prevalence of depression among physicians working in hospital ER in Makkah Al-Mokarramah city and evaluation of factors associated with depression among them.
Women with a history of depression are at the highest risk of postpartum depression.
The overall rate of paternal depression was 10.4%, with a U.S.