UM: High Number of Depression Symptoms Linked to Increased Risk of Stroke

UM: High Number of Depression Symptoms Linked to Increased Risk of Stroke

People who report an elevated number of depression symptoms may be more likely to have a stroke years later than people with no depression symptoms or a low number of depression symptoms, according to a preliminary study released March 6 that will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology’s 71st Annual Meeting in Philadelphia in May.

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