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A mood disorder that causes persistent sadness and loss of interest, depressive disorder is also called clinical depression. Depression can have a major effect on how an individual thinks, feels and behaves and can lead to loss of motivation and focus. Not merely a “case of the blues,” depression is not a weakness but a disorder that may require long-term treatment that may involve a combination of medication and counseling.

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A mood disorder that causes persistent sadness and loss of interest, depressive disorder is also called clinical depression. Depression can have a major negative effect on how a child or teen thinks, feels and behaves, and can take a toll on the child’s physical health, schoolwork, social relationships and family. Not merely a “case of the blues,” depression is not a weakness but a disorder that may require long-term treatment.

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A deviated septum occurs when the septum is severely shifted away from the midline. The most common symptom from a badly deviated or crooked septum is difficulty breathing through the nose. The symptoms are usually worse on one side, and sometimes actually occur on the side opposite the bend. In some cases, the crooked septum can interfere with the drainage of the sinuses, resulting in repeated sinus infections.

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Diabetes is when the body has too much glucose (sugar) due to a disruption in insulin that comes from the pancreas. Insulin regulates the glucose, which is a major source of energy for cells that make up muscles and other tissues, and also feeds brain function. There are different types of diabetes – type 1 (most serious and chronic), type 2 (also chronic), prediabetes (abnormal blood sugar levels), and gestational (affects women who are pregnant). With careful management of medication, diet and exercise, diabetes can be controlled.

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Diabetes is condition in which the body has too much glucose (sugar) due to a disruption in insulin that comes from the pancreas. Insulin regulates the glucose, which is a major source of energy for cells that make up muscles and other tissues, and also feeds brain function. There are different types of diabetes – type 1 is the most serious and chronic, and type 2 which is also chronic.

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