Human contact, not online community, best depression remedy

YORK, England, Nov. 27 (UPI) — Computer-based treatments for depression have been proffered as an inexpensive and efficient approach to mental health care, but a new study suggests the technology isn’t up to snuff.

According to research by scientists at the University of York, computer-assisted cognitive behavioral therapy, or cCBT, was no more helpful than visiting with a primary care physician.

Researchers followed the treatment and…

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