by Mark D. Miller and Charles F. Reynolds
Paperback, 184 pages, Johns Hopkins Univ Pr, List Price: $20.95 |
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Two geriatric psychiatrists offer the elderly, their families, and physicians information needed to diagnose and treat late-life depression, including discussion of causes, symptoms, and treatment options.
September 11, 2007 Charles Reynolds teaches at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and directs research into late-life mood disorders; now he has co-written a book about depression in the elderly and how to treat it. It's titled Living Longer Depression Free: A Family Guide to Recognizing, Treating, and Preventing Depression in Later Life.
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