Hunting the net to get another write-up in relation to depression that I could put up in my blog and I found this particular one: Another article which could open our views and answer our questions on this mental condition.Gone were the days where you have to rummage piles upon piles of books to gather specific information. Today, the web is giving us different opinions and ideas about depression at the tip of our fingers. Here’s an article I just added to this series.
At least 800,000 survivors of Supertyphoon "Yolanda" are estimated to have suffered from different levels of mental health problems, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). "As many as 800,000 people among the displaced population could suffer from common or serious mental health disorders," said Dr. Julie Hall, WHO country representative in the Phil…WHO: ‘Yolanda’ folk near depression
It’s a new learning for today. Please let me hear your thoughts by leaving a comment below.
Here are a few far more posts on the issue of depression problems
- A good article on depression problems
- Prolonged Sitting Can Lead to Depression – Mercola
- Ten things not to say to a depressed person | purplepersuasion
- Important Factors Typically Ignored in Depression Screening Tests