Depression 1 Year After Heart Attack Increases Premature Death

Depression 1 Year After Heart Attack Increases Premature Death

By good therapy on Mar 15, 2012 at 08:00 AM in Helpful Resources
Researchers looking at the effects of depression on survivors of heart attacks have found that depression that lasts for 1 year or longer puts people at risk of cardiac premature death, as well as overall mortality, regardless of cause....

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Neil Friedman, Santa Barbara Therapist

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