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Melancholia and related subjects

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Melancholia and related subjects
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Depression

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Melancholia is a psychological condition which is a subtype of depression. Those who are diagnosed with melancholia suffer from extreme despair and guilt. Historically melancholia is the first identified form of depression. Mental health has been consistently gaining its deserved significance in these times. Thus it is important to study Melancholia and related subjects in the perspective of scientific and clinical explanations, diagnosis and solutions.

Journal of Biomedical Research & Environmental Sciences provides unrestricted access to content on melancholia and related subjects in mental health for researching and coming up with right solutions to their psychological and physical impact. The journal acts as a reference material to the students, professors, researchers, medical experts and knowledge seekers in this niche subject and aid in advancements in its understandings and research.



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