August 2019

NEW CE/CME: Depression

Major depressive disorder affects over 16% of adults in the United States during their lifetime, and over 50% of these patients try natural medicines like St. John’s wortSAMe and saffron. While St. John’s wort might help, it isn’t a good choice for many patients. Find out why in our new course.

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