Our video includes 3 people that are asked 5 questions about depression.
Please note, this video contains only general information. It is not intended to replace physician advice and diagnosis. If you are unsure if you have this mood disorder or have mental health concerns, please consult a health care professional to seek treatment. If you are having an emergency, please call 911. If you are in need of additional resources, please access any of the resources listed at the end of the video and seek professional help.
This video was made by Demystifying Medicine students Ghofran Al-Adimi, Alyssa Adamo and Sharon Chernyak in collaboration with the McMaster Demystifying medicine program.
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