Clinical depression is a common mood disorder that affects both the mind and body. Each year, more than 17 million Americans develop depression, and experts agree that the number may be even higher, because less than half the people who suffer from depression seek treatment.
Luckily, more than 80% of people treated for depression improve within a year. Although clinical depression should be diagnosed by a health professional, there are some symptoms and signs to look for. Answer the following questions as honestly and accurately as you can. This test is completely anonymous and confidential.
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