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Lifestyle interventions can prevent major depression in adults with mild symptoms

Discussions with a dietary coach to learn about healthy eating were as effective as meeting with a counselor for problem-solving or 'talk' therapy in preventing major depression among older black and white adults with mild symptoms of the mood disorder, according to researchers. Depression is common and treatments often don't completely resolve the disability that attends the illness.
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