Research Paper On Depression In The Elderly
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Two Studies/Elder Depression
This paper offers evaluation and summation of two studies, one qualitative and one quantitative, which each address the topic of elderly patients with depression. Eight pages in length, two sources are cited.
Young Victims of Suicide and Depression
In nine pages childhood depression and suicide are considered regarding the depression drugs prescribed including Zoloft, Paxil, Luvox, Prozac, and Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors.
Depression In Elderly Women
15 pages in length. Depression is an equal opportunity offender that spares no one from its life-stealing symptoms; significantly more than just a blue mood, depression is one of the most prevalent mental health issues plaguing contemporary society. For some, escaping the grips of depression is all but impossible due to its genetic disposition; for others, environmental and/or psychosocial problems lend themselves to the onset and sometimes persistent state of depression. Elderly women are no exception and in fact are a large percentage of those afflicted with depression due to a number of causes associated with health, emotions and loss of independence. Bibliography lists 19 sources.
Drug Interactions among the Elderly
This research paper describes 3 prescription, non-prescriptive and alternative/complementary drugs that can be used to address depression and pain in elderly patients. Eleven pages in length, twelve sources are cited.