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Q1, What illnesses often co-exist with depression?
Service: DepressionActivityID: STA58123FAQID: 3553
Vision: Immagin your Unlimited PotentialGoal: Mental Health Risks and Remedies Activity: Welfare Programme for Mental Health Issues, Depression, Bipolor, Anxiety/Speeling Disorder, Anxiety/Sleeping Disorder, Life is meaningless, No Trusted Group, Trauma, PTSD, Friends/Confortable Place/Rorle to Play, Schizophrenia, Dimensia, Altzheimer Disease,
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Reference: National Institute of Mental Health Website InputDate: 2010-12-04 00:00:00
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Reference3: Devane CL, Chiao E, Franklin M, Kruep EJ. Anxiety disorders in the 21st century: status, challenges, opportunities, and comorbidity with depression. American Journal of Managed Care, 2005 Oct; 11(Suppl. 12): S344-353.
Reference4: Shalev AY, Freedman S, Perry T, Brandes D, Sahar T, Orr SP, Pitman RK. Prospective study of posttraumatic stress disorder and depression following trauma. American Journal of Psychiatry, 1998; 155(5): 630-637.
Reference5: Conway KP, ComptonW, Stinson FS, Grant BF. Lifetime comorbidity of DSM-IV mood and anxiety disorders and specific drug use disorders: results from the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 2006 Feb; 67(2): 247-257.
Reference6: Cassano P, Fava M. Depression and public health, an overview. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 2002; 53: 849-857.
Reference7: Katon W, Ciechanowski P. Impact of major depression on chronic medical illness. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 2002; 53: 859-863.
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. Q1.Factor Prevalence by Generation: Depressed: How many percentage of people, in each Generation has this risk factor?
Q2.Consequences: Depressed: What kind of risk/resilience factors people may increase, if he/she has this factor?
Q3.Causes: Depressed: What kind of previous risk factors have caused this risk factor?
Q4.Risk Mitigation: Depressed: What kind of previous resilience factors have reduced this risk factor?
Q5.Consequences Changes by Generation: Depressed : Are there any changes in the Consequences by Generation?
Q6.Causes Changes by Generation: Depressed : Are there any changes in the Causes of this resilience factor by Generation?
Q7.Risk Mitigation Changes by Generation: Depressed: Are there any changes in the Resilience Factors of this factor by Generation?
Q8.Contibution of Risk Factors: Depressed: What kind of Risk factors have bigger contribution in reducing this risk?
Q9.Contibution of Resilience Factors: Depressed: What kind of resilience factors have bigger contribution in reducing this risk?
Q10.Service Impact: Depressed: What kind of service programmes have effectively reduced this risk ?
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