Study: Nondrinkers more likely to have depression, anxiety

09/8/2009 | HealthDay News

An international team of researchers found that nondrinkers and heavy drinkers of alcohol are at a greater risk of suffering from depression than those who drink moderately. Nondrinkers also were found to have fewer friends and are "less socially well-adjusted" than drinkers, which may explain why they are more likely to suffer from depression, the researchers said.

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