Heart patients with anxiety, depression at higher risk of cardiac event

01/14/2008 | Reuters

People with generalized anxiety disorder and major depression who also have stable coronary artery disease have a higher risk of experiencing major cardiac events, according to a study. Researchers say patients with these conditions should receive evidence-based treatment for their psychiatric and cardiac conditions.

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