Harvard Health Letter

Drug-free options to fight depression

Cognitive behavioral therapy, exercise, and magnetic stimulation can make a difference.

When it comes to treating depression, medication isn't always effective. While a majority of patients get at least some benefit from antidepressants, as many as a third get no relief from them at all.

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