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Severity, Duration of Teen Depression Help Predict Remission

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(Psych Central News) In teens with depression, there are two factors that seem to predict whether the symptoms will go away without treatment: the severity of the depression and whether it persisted for at least six weeks.* This is according to a new study published this week in the journal Pediatrics. The researchers also looked at other factors [...]

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