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depressed

1. suffering from depression
2. characterized by relative economic hardship, such as unemployment
3. (of plant parts) flattened as though pressed from above
4. Zoology flattened from top to bottom
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A depressed father does not increase the risk of depression in adopted or non-adopted teens, the team reports in the September American Journal of Psychiatry.
A new study shows for the first time that older people with low levels of vitamin D and elevated levels of parathyroid hormone (PTH, a hormone that regulates blood calcium levels) are more likely to be depressed than those with normal levels.
Individuals with major depressive disorder report being depressed most of time and often cannot provide a reason or identify a loss to explain their depressed mood.
IS IT just me or is anyone else slightly bothered about the fact Alastair Campbell and David Blunkett have revealed they were clinically depressed while holding high Government office?
When the cannon is elevated and depressed, it's normal to see several drops of oil coming from the two vent holes on the elevation cylinder.
But understanding how a person makes herself depressed is key to changing the way she feels.
MVP and Team USA - not bad for a kid who only months earlier was lying in bed at his parents' Chatsworth home feeling depressed and sorry for himself.
95) tells of a moooody old cow who insists on being depressed despite all her friends' efforts--until an equally-depressed lamb challenges her long-standing role.
This article presents a set of guidelines and strategies to guide school counselors in their intervention efforts with depressed students.
This problem, well known among psychiatrists but not always among general practitioners, is that patients with major depression often have suicidal impulses but are too depressed to act on them.
Twice as many women suffer from depression as men, but men are less likely to admit they are depressed or seek help.
This pattern was the same regardless of whether women were depressed, although problems were more common among women with postpartum depression.