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Childhood Depression In Family Narratives
Author: Matheus Felipe Aguiar Santos, Alberto Olavo Advíncula Reis, Marcial Moreno Moreira, Carlos Augusto Carvalho De Vasconcelos, Maria Engracia Loiola, Nádia Nara Rolim Lima, Uilna Natércia Soares Feitosa, Ruan Neto Pereira Alves, Regina Petrola Bastos
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
8 pages
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Type of publication: Article
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Childhood depression is presented in post-modernity of multifaceted way, with its various nuances and its many consequences both within the family and in the society.The impact caused by the disease demonstrates that depression in childhood is, in addition to many other denominations, a public health phenomenon that is reaching alarming levels in populations at social risk

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