Date of Award
Master of Arts
Becky Mulvihill McKenna
The following paper examines the relationship of depression, wellbeing, and St. John's wort. ln formation and studies are reviewed concerning depression, well-being. antidepressants, and Sl. John's wort. A survey was given to thirty people varying in age and gender. The survey compared people taking St. John's wort to those not taki11g it and their sense of well-bei11g. A favorable relationship was found with a person's sense of well-being, between individuals taking St. John's wort and those not taking it.
Randolph, Katherine M., "Depression, Well-Being, and St. John's Wort" (1999). Theses. 260.
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