Features July 2012 Issue

Treat Depression to Cut the Risk of Stroke or Ease Stroke Recovery

Recent research also shows a link between depression and PAD.

Depression is a condition often associated with poor medical outcomes related to a range of health challenges, such as heart disease, in part because depressed individuals tend to exercise less, eat a poor diet, abuse alcohol or drugs, and fail to follow their doctorsí advice on medications and other matters.

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