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This category is for scholarly papers and research reports. If a site does not fit this criteria, please find another category. Sites must be in the English language. If in a language other than English, please find the appropriate category in World
Scholarly research reports and papers by authoritative persons in the medical and/or scientific professions.
Commercial sites should not be suggested here, with items for sale online, such as light boxes, but rather at Shopping/Health/Mental_Health/Depression
Seasonal Affective Disorder describes depression that varies with the amount of sunlight. With less sunlight, one may get depressed. To have SAD, this would occur every year, and the depression would be more than "winter blues." During periods of greater sunlight, a degree of mania may occur, but that is not a prerequisite for this illness. In rare cases, the symptoms are reversed, with depression occurring during periods of increased sunlight.
Sites listed here will provide original and non-commercial methods and suggestions for those with depression to help themselves recover. NB sites selling self-help products and courses do NOT belong here, and should be sent to Shopping/Health/Mental_Health/Depression.

Support groups belong in Health/Mental_Health/Disorders/Mood/Depression/Support_Groups, and personal accounts of recovery belong in . Health/Mental_Health/Disorders/Mood/Depression/Personal_Pages

Sites listed here will provide original and non-commercial methods and suggestions for those with depression to help themselves recover.
Sites listed here will represent support networks with a physical address and/or a web presence. Those with a physical address may also be submitted to the relevant Regional subcategory. This is not the category for health practitioners or counselors. These should be suggested to the best category in Health/Mental_Health/Counseling_Services
These groups, communities, or meeting places provide an opportunity for people with a common experience (such as a condition or disease, or a care-giving role) to share their concerns, and to seek and offer information and advice.
This category is for sites offering information about a broad range of treatments for depressive disorders or sites offering information about non-medicinal treatments.

Sites covering a specific drug should be submitted to the appropriate drug category in Drugs and Medications and sites covering multiple antidepressants should be submitted to Antidepressants.

If the site is about a treatment facility or practitioner, such as a psychologist or other counselor, then suggest the URL to the appropriate category within Health/Mental_Health/Counseling_Services or if a psychiatric practice or facility, within Health/Medicine/Medical_Specialties/Psychiatry/Clinics_and_Practitioners/ The site must be in the English language, or have an English translation available. If the site is not in English, suggest it to the appropriate category within World

Treatments for depression can range from drugs to psychological therapy to holistic and natural treatments.
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