Depression Doubles Long-Term Risk of Death After Heart Disease Diagnosis

A new study shows that depression is the strongest predictor of death in the first decade following a diagnosis of heart disease, as reported by Science Daily. According to the researchers, even though the majority of depression appears within 30 days of diagnosis, it still holds true even if it comes a few years later. Heart disease-diagnosed or not, depression is a widespread global problem, with an estimated 350 million people dealing with this mood disorder today. It doesn’t...

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