Depression linked to stroke risk in elderly

07/23/2008 | Reuters

Swedish researchers found a threefold higher risk of having a first stroke in older patients who were depressed. They say the findings, published in the journal Stroke, emphasize the importance of adequate diagnosis and treatment for depression in the elderly.

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