Don't know if you're clinically depressed or just bummed out? Google can tell you.

Anyone doing a Google search for "clinical depression" on a mobile device will now be able to see a Knowledge Panel, and by tapping on it, the option "check if you're clinically depressed" will appear. If tapped, a questionnaire, PHQ-9, pops up, where a person can test his/her likely level of depression.

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