Johns Hopkins University researchers found depressive symptoms and usage of antidepressant medicines were associated with an increased odds of developing cardiovascular disease risk factors over the next four years in patients with type 2 diabetes. The findings in Diabetes Care highlight the need for intensive monitoring of heart risks in such patients, researchers noted.
Heart risk factors increase in diabetes with depression
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