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Nearly 80 percent of the support group users were female, most (86 percent) were currently depressed, and nearly all had been diagnosed with depression.
In 1984, she assumed command of the 5th Transportation Company, 45th Support Group at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii.
A support group for young women with cancer is scheduled 7-8:30 p.
Depressed adults who frequently use Internet support groups are more likely to resolve their depression, compared with those who use Internet support groups less frequently according to Thomas K.
TORONTO -- Family Service Association of Toronto and three other agencies in Ontario are engaged in a pilot Virtual Caregivers Support Group project.
Earlier investigations of cancer patients suggested that those in social support groups become less anxious and depressed, experience less physical pain, and even live longer (SN: 11/4/89, p.
A weekly support group is an effective vehicle for easing the adjustment of family members of new residents.
In its most recent survey of ISO 9000 registrars in North America, the National ISO 9000 Support Group discovered a price shakeout and increased success for companies seeking registration.