Clinical depression: The role of genetics

Title: Clinical depression: The role of genetics
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Clinical depression: The role of genetics
Note: Citations included, but form is not correct Every year more than 19 million American Adults suffer from clinical depression. Many people begin to feel depressed as the result of some recent, notable event or events, which occurred in one's life. However, these events are often not the the only cause of a major depressive episode. Family history and genetics play a significant part in the greater likelihood of someone becoming depressed in their lifetime. Clinical …showed first 75 words of 1110 total…
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