Long term effect of depression care management on mortality in older adults

Prospective studies have consistently shown an association between depression and increased mortality in older adults. A strong association exists between depression in late life and factors that increase mortality risk, such as poor adherence to medical treatment and self care for diabetes and cardiovascular disease, health behaviors such as smoking and lack of physical activity, cognitive impairment, and disability.


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