Study connects depression to higher PAD risk

04/23/2012 | United Press International · WebMD

Researchers who followed more than 1,000 coronary artery disease patients found that those suffering from depression were more likely to develop peripheral artery disease. When the study started, 12% of depressed and 7% of nondepressed patients were found to have PAD. The study was presented at an American Heart Association meeting in Chicago.

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