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  • What are some electronic resources on the internet related to depression?
Q. What are some electronic resources on the internet related to depression?

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* News groups:

alt.support.depression

alt.support.phobias

sci.psychology

sci.med

sci.med.psychobiology

* Internet Health Resources is an extensive listing of medical resources available over the internet.

ftp2.cc.ukans.edu

cd pub/hmatrix

get file medlst03.txt or medlst03.zip.

* An FTP site at Temple University containing articles related to depression

ftp 129.32.32.98

cd/pub/psych

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* Walkers-in-Darkness is a list for people diagnosed with various depressive disorders (unipolar, atypical, and bipolar depression, S.A.D., related disorders). The list also includes sufferers of panic attacks and Borderline Personality Disorder. Please, no researchers trying to study us, etc. (Postings are copyrighted by individual posters.)

There is an anonymous FTP site at ftp.std.com in ~/pub/walkers, that includes a technical FAQ.

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