Chronic Pain and Depression: Medications, Exercise and Other Treatments

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Chronic Pain and Depression: Medications, Exercise and Other Treatments

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Depression can magnify pain and make it harder to cope. The good news is that effective treatments can relieve depression and make chronic pain more tolerable.

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Chronic Pain and Depression: Medications, Exercise and Other Treatments

webmd.com — “Depression can magnify pain and make it harder to cope. the good news is that effective treatments can relieve depression and make chronic pain more tolerable.View full resource at webmd.com

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