Light therapy effective for nonseasonal depression. Practitioner 2016; 260 (1790):8

Light therapy effective for nonseasonal depression

22 Feb 2016Pais-up subscribers

Light therapy, both as sole therapy and in combination with fluoxetine, is an effective treatment for nonseasonal depression, an American secondary care study has found.

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