Depression & Natural Medicine

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Woodland Pub, May 1, 1995 - Health & Fitness - 228 pages
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Rita Elkins' work in health research over the past decade has contributed to this valuable reference about the devastating effects of depression and effective natural treatments for the disorder. Depression and Natural Medicine contains information gathered from extensive interviews with medical doctors and psychologists, and explains why someone might be depressed and what natural therapies are available. Elkins firmly underscores the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle in order to treat depression.

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Contents

A Modern Day Plague
7
Are You Depressed?
13
Brain Chemistry Predictor of Mood
25
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About the author (1995)

Elkins is the author of over 40 natural health books. Her 15 years of investigating and covering natural health topics make her a widely respected author in the health publishing world.

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