Depressed? Try Staying at Home
Study shows home therapy has proven to be an affective way to deal with depression.
It's been said that home is where the heart is. It's also where depressed African-Americans are healing.
According to new research, bringing treatment and other help to depressed African Americans in their home helps them battle the condition.
The study showed 64 percent of African Americans showed improvements at the end of four months after receiving home therapy.
Experts say being at home destigmatizes patients and allows people to talk.
Do you receive home therapy for depression or other medical conditions?
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