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1. The shared delusion remained during the major depressive episode and remission of his depression.
2. During the Major Depressive Episode, patients feel so depressed, helpless, and hopeless that they consider life is worthless or meaningless. These feelings may even lead to suicide.
3. By age 15, however, girls are twice as likely as boys to have experienced a major depressive episode.
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4. Objective:To evaluate the prevalence rate of suicidal ideation and attempts in patients with major depressive episode in rural community, and to explore its related factors.
5. This disorder is a longitudinal diagnosis and its clinical symptoms include hypomania, mania, mixed states, major depressive episode, hyperthymic temperament and depressive mixed state.
6. Postpartum depression, which is diagnosed if a new mother develops a major depressive episode within one month after delivery.
7. An estimated 73 million adult women worldwide suffer a major depressive episode each year.
8. The investigators defined subthreshold bipolar disorder as recurrent hypomania (mild hypomania) without a major depressive episode or with fewer symptoms than required for threshold hypomania.
9. "Combined 2004 to 2006 data show that rates of past year major depressive episode among youths aged 12 to 17 generally increased with increasing age," the researchers wrote.
10. Researchers implanted electrodes in the brains of 20 people who were in a major depressive episode.
11. On average, 8.5 percent of adolescents aged 12 to 17 described having had a major depressive episode in the previous year, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration reported.
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