Americans Feel Sad for Three Days a Month

U.S. adults spent an average of three days a month feeling "sad, blue, or depressed" during 1995-2000, according to a study. Those who reported more sad days a month also tended to engage in unhealthy behaviors such as cigarette smoking and leading a sedentary lifestyle. Women reported feeling depressed more commonly than men, and young adults--those aged between 18 and 24 years--reported the highest number of days with depressive symptoms. Income also appeared to play a role. Those with...

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