A study in Harvard Review of Psychiatry showed one-third of patients with depression and anxiety had an increased risk of progressive heart diseases. Researchers found even healthy individuals with mild depression were at a higher risk of developing heart failure.
Research ties anxiety, depression to greater heart failure risk
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