Individuals with Parkinson's disease had a higher frequency of depressive symptoms, compared with those without Parkinson's, researchers reported in the Journal of the Neurological Sciences. The findings also showed that among Parkinson's patients, those with subclinical depression had worse global quality of life and health than those without depression.
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