Published in Women's Health Weekly, January 12th, 1998
"Seventy percent of psychiatric outpatients are women and depression is twice as common in females as it is in males," said Ellen Haller, MD, director of WomenCare Mental Health Clinic, a new clinical service at UCSF. "There are many mental health problems that are unique to women, such as PMS [pre-menstrual syndrome] and post-partum disorders."
Because of the significant need for specialized mental health care for women, the UCSF Department of Psychiatry...
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