Additional Resources – Mood Disorders
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Van Ameringen M. Comorbid anxiety and depression in adults: Epidemiology, clinical manifestations and diagnoses. In: UptoDate, Stein MD (Ed), 2017.
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Maurer D. Am Fam Physician. Screening for depression symptoms and risk factors. 2012 Jan 15;85(2):139-144
Aziz R, Steffens DC. What are the causes of late-life depression? Psychiatr Clin North Am. 2013 December; 36(4): 497–516.