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- Family history of major depression or dysthymia
- Chronic mental or physical illness
- Chronic stress
- Environmental factors
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Family therapy
- Interpersonal therapy
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- Reviewer: Michael Woods, MD
- Review Date: 09/2013 -
- Update Date: 09/30/2013 -
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