Depression in Women: New Findings

Marlene P. Freeman, MD

Published: October 15, 2013

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Three articles in this issue’s Focus on Women’s Mental Health section provide new data regarding depression in women. The topics include risk factors for perinatal depression, the assessment of gender differences in psychotic depression, and the treatment of menopausal depression. The clinical relevance of these topics is compelling.

Volume: 74

Quick Links: Populations , Women

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