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Depression Can Increase Hospital Risk for Elderly Men

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(Psych Central News) New research suggests appropriate care for depression could reduce the length and need for hospitalization in elderly men. A new study found in the Canadian Medical Association Journal discovered depressed elderly men have a twofold risk of admission to hospital. “Men with depression had a twofold increase in the mean number of hospital admissions, and [...]

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