Mental Exercises NOT Drugs for Depression

It’s estimated that at least 16 million U.S. adults have at least one major depressive episode per year. Additionally, 30% of college students report feeling depressed. Statistics show at least one in nine Americans take at least one antidepressant drug each month. University of Pennsylvania researchers believe depression would be better treated with mental exercises as opposed to medical antidepressant drugs. [Don’t worry – be happy. Please tune into ‘The Dr. Bob Martin Show’]