Tchetgen, Glymour, Kawachi and colleagues find middle-age adults with depression have double the risk of stroke

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"Long-term Depression May Double Stroke Risk for Middle-aged Adults" - Science Newsline. 5/13/2015.

Using HRS data, Harvard researchers Eric Tchetgen Tchetgen, Ichiro Kawachi, Maria Glymour, and collegues found that respondents over age 50 with long-term depressive symptoms had twice the risk of stroke as their counterparts without.

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"Mental Illness As Liability: Long-Term Depression Doubles Stroke Risk For Adults" - Medical Daily. 5/13/2015.

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