Why depression, trauma can make you age faster
Healthline/Medical News Today Oct 11, 2018
A new study has found that people living with major depressive disorder are biologically older than people without depression, and that childhood trauma exacerbates this effect. The results illuminate the epigenetic mechanisms that might explain this discrepancy.
In fact, more than 16 million adults will have had at least one major depressive episode during the past year.
The condition has been linked to...
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