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Depression and heart disease

The relationship between depression and heart disease is a two-way street. Not only does depression appear to promote heart disease, but it can also result from a heart attack. For as many as one in five people, depression follows a heart attack. Whether you?ve had a heart attack or not, if you feel depressed, tell your doctor. Depression can be treated successfully with medications, therapy, or both.…

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