Depression associated with increased risk of stroke and stroke-related death

September 2011
Biomedical Market Newsletter;9/30/2011, Vol. 21, p822
The article reports on a study which reveals that mental depression is linked with a significantly increased risk of stroke and stroke-related mortality.


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