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Depression - Generally a mood state characterized by a sense of inadequacy, a feeling of despondency, a decrease in activity or reactivity, pessimism, sadness and related symptoms.

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PsychNet-UK Depression Information Sheet - Description, Causation, Treatment, Associated Features, Differential Diagnosis etc.

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Anti-Anxiety - Over 18 million people suffer from anxiety disorder. You CAN find help! About 9 in 10 individuals who seek anxiety treatment report feeling better. Although there are many different forms of anxiety disorders (and anxiety treatment), the general definition for anxiety is: "a vague, unpleasant and sometimes debilitating emotion that is experienced in anticipation of some misfortune. " 3/5 
Depression Guide - This easy-to-understand, sympathetic guide deals with the entire range of feelings and emotions, and shows that depression has many different forms as well as degree of severity with treatment options. 2/5 
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Depression Central - Good site with a lot of valuable information.This site is Internet's central clearinghouse for information on all types of depressive disorders and on the most effective treatments for individuals suffering from Major Depression, Manic-Depression (Bipolar Disorder), Cyclothymia, Dysthymia and other mood disorders.4/5
Depression Recovery for Life - Unique resources for people recovering from depression including the Depression Antidotes Newsletter archive, inspirational poetry, depression test directory, coaching programme information, personal story, ebook, free Depression Check List, etc. 3/5
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Dr. Ivan's Deprssion Central - Electroconvulsive Therapy - E.C.T.  4/5
History and Evolution of the Monoamine Theory of Depression - History and evolution of the monoamine hypothesis of depression by Hirschfeld RM Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Texas.  3/5
Homocysteine, folate, methylation, and monoamine metabolism in depression - By Bottiglieri T, Laundy M, Crellin R, Toone BK, Carney MW, Reynolds EH. Department of Neurology, King's College Hospital, London, UK. 3/5
How did pre-twentieth century theories of the aetiology of depression develop? - By Mead Mathews. An Article 3/5
Hypericum & Depression - Welcome to the Hypericum (St. John's Wort) & Depression Home Page.  3/5
The Burden of Recurrent Depression - Causes, Consequences, and Future. An Article. 3/5
Medical Nursing & Training - Depression Can Be Conquered - A List of Web Resources. 3/5
Mixed Nuts Depression Community - We are a depression chat forum featuring a message board and information on depression, depressive disorders, bipolar disorder manic depression, medications, side effects and treatments for depression. We created Mixed Nuts as a haven for people who suffer from depression and need to be with others who understand the problems associated with depression. Depression can be devastating effecting your life, your job and the lives of others around you. 3/5
 National Depressive and Manic-Depressive Association - Depression and Bipolar Disorders 3/5
Psychology Information Online -   Depression - Depression is one of the most common psychological problems, affecting nearly everyone through either personal experience or through depression in a family member. Each year over 17 million American adults experience a period of clinical depression.  3/5
S.A.D. - Seasonal Affective Disorder, Winter Depression, The Winter Blues. 3/5
SADAssociation - The world's longest established support organisation for Seasonal Affective Disorder. 3/5

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) - Is different from the winter blahs. Like many people, you may experience cabin fever during the winter. You may also tend to eat more and sleep more. But SAD goes well beyond this. It's a type of depressive disorder. 3/5

The BluePages™ - Provides information about depression for consumers. It is produced by the Centre for Mental Health Research (CMHR) at the Australian National University (ANU) & CSIRO Mathematical & Information Sciences (CMIS) with the assistance of an Advisory Board,110 Ltd. 4/5
  The Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba - The Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba was founded in Winnipeg in 1983 as a self-help organization in order to provide support, information, and education to those afflicted and their loved ones, helping them to understand and accept their illness, its treatment and their role in recovery.  3/5
  Treat Depression.com, Depression Treatments and Online Care - The word depression strongly entered the use of the modern man; depressed mood, feeling of emptiness, lack of interest in life, crying, obsessive thoughts of negative content, feeling of worthlessness and isolation – these are the main symptoms of this condition. 3/5
  Treatment-Resistant Depression - Mood Disorders - Many Good links to this subject. 3/5
 
Google Google Scholarly Articles on Unipolar Disorders - Click Here Unipolar Depression
Wiki Wikipedia - Unipolar Disorders - Click Here
Article PsychNet-UK Article: The Evolution of Worry - by Dr. Dorothy McCoy 
Article PsychNet-UK Article: Never Lose Hope in Dealing with Your Fears and Depression - By: Stanley Popovich
Article PsychNet-UK Article: How to Cope With Depression - By Stanley Popovich  
Recommended Books    
Coping with the Seasons: Therapist Guide: A Cognitive-behavioral Approach to Seasonal Affective Disorder: Therapist Guide Treatments That Work)
Mind Fall: Inside Major Depression :
Coping with SAD (Overcoming Common Problems)

Coping with the Seasons: Therapist Guide: A Cognitive-behavioral Approach to Seasonal Affective Disorder: Therapist Guide reatments That Work) (Paperback)

Mind Fall: Inside Major Depression : A Story of Survival & A Medical Perspective (Paperback)

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