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    Questions About Depression
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    Andie_WebMD_Staff posted:
    WebMD is putting together a segment on our site called Depression TV, which will be a talk radio-type format where a DJ provides a member question to an expert on Depression, and that expert or experts answer.

    If you have questions about depression that you'd like to submit for consideration, please send them to exchangemanagement@webmd.net with the subject line "Depression TV", and be sure to include your WebMD member screen name. We will gather all of our member's questions and submit them to the Depression TV folks.

    Below is a list of some of the topics for which we're looking for questions, but your question does not have to adhere to these topics. It can be unique.

    We look forward to hearing from you!

    Take care,

    Andie and the WebMD Health Exchange Staff

    1. Diagnosis. How do I recognize symptoms it? (anecdotal &/or clinical tests)
    2. Causes. Physical, disease- or injury-related causes.
    3. Heredity & Depression
    4. Lifestyle & depression (smoking, alcohol, drugs)
    5. Talking about depression (w/ friends or spouses)
    6. Talking cures
    7. Support systems
    8. Age & depression
    9. Gender differences
    10. Maintaining one's regime of meds
    11. Medical treatment (how pills work, only talk in scientific drug class, no brand names)
    12. Alternative treatments
    13. Myths about depression
    14. Obesity & depression
    15. History of depression
    16. Depression & other health risks
    17. Sleep & depression
    18. Importance of Exercise
    19. Children & depression
    20. Pregnancy & medication
    21. Postpartum, PTSD, seasonal &/or other "types" of depression
    22. Coping with medication side effects (weight gain, dry mouth)
    23. Prominence of depression in urban environments
    24. Do therapists get depressed?
    25. Depression, treatment and/or therapy in popular culture
    26. Bottoming out, suicide, prevalence of chronic depression
    27. Work-related issues - Unemployment
    28. Family issues - Recognizing depression in family members. How to approach?
    29. Relationship issues
    30. Sex & Depression
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