How Anxiety Got Rebranded As Depression

New research finds that one in six U.S. adults used a psychiatric drug in 2013, most often as a treatment for depression. Depression diagnoses have skyrocketed over the past 50 years, but, as Allan V. Horwitz wrote in a 2010 paper, that’s not necessarily a result of underlying changes in our mental health.

See the articlet on JSTOR Daily at http://daily.jstor.org/how-anxiety-got-rebranded-as-depression/