I wonder why Professor Kendrick says this, when it is so clearly not true? - Fortunately, Dr Tim Kendall, joint director of the National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health, has sensibly pointed out that using drugs for mild to moderate depression doesn't make much sense because of the risk of a lot of side-effects. He advocates psychological therapies.
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improving nutrition by avoiding dieting (a well-known cause of depression) and avoiding eating salt and salty food.
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