Study links diabetes to risk of depression

01/6/2013 | News-Medical.Net

A review of 16 observational studies encompassing nearly 500,000 patients revealed depression was more common in patients with diabetes compared with those who did not have diabetes. Earlier diagnosis and treatment of depressive symptoms may help improve outcomes for diabetes and depression in patients with both conditions, researchers wrote in the journal Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice.

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