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Depression: let’s talk
Saturday, 2016/10/15 | 06:08:13

WHO  10 October 2016 – Depression is an illness that can happen to anybody. It causes mental anguish and affects people’s ability to carry out everyday tasks, with sometimes devastating consequences for relationships with family and friends. At worst, depression can lead to suicide. Fortunately, depression can be prevented and treated. Today, on World Mental Health Day, WHO is launching a 1-year campaign: Depression: let’s talk.

 

See: http://www.who.int/campaigns/world-health-day/2017/handouts-depression/en/

 

The handouts available from this page provide general information on the characteristics of depression and how depression can be prevented and treated. They are intended for people who are living with depression themselves or who know someone who is. They include practical advice on what to do.

- Depression: what you should know

- Living with someone with depression?

- Worried that your child is depressed?

- Worried about the future? Preventing depression during your teens and twenties

- Wondering why your new baby is not making you happy?

- Staying positive and preventing depression as you get older

- Do you know someone who may be considering suicide?

- Do you feel like life is not worth living?

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