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  • The power of the Internet over depression

    The power of the Internet over depression

    By Tim Green
    Published: Feb. 6, 2012

    To fight depression among homebound adults, Social Work Professor Namkee Choi uses the video chat tool Skype and connects patients with therapists.

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      B J HUGHES said on April 22, 2012 at 7:42 p.m.
      Bi-polar man who sees that the internet could supplement my Dr. and therapy. Fascinating
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      Vidhu Shekhar Chaturvedi said on Feb. 18, 2012 at 2:11 p.m.
      My mother in India, now 70, became 'computer educated' just an year ago. [She can not move about much these days, 'thanks' to an accident that occurred in 1972 and is now, finally, beginning to tell upon her restricting her movements.] Exposure to the Internet has radically changed her life for much better. She has become -to use her words-'happily addicted' to it. Thank you, WEB !
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