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Can a dietary supplement help ease your depression?

Itís not clear that supplements are effective, but some evidence is encouraging. Some people are wary of taking antidepressants to treat their mild or moderate depression. They may not want to deal with the hassle of prescriptions, the costs, the potential side effects (such as sexual dysfunction), or the worry that medication treatment could mean an endless commitment. …

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