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Nov 12 11 12:44 PM
Nov 12 11 1:00 PM
Nov. 22, 2010 -- Depression and diabetes may be linked, according to new research in the Archives of Internal Medicine.
"People usually think of these as two isolated conditions, but there is growing evidence that they are linked behaviorally and biologically,” says study researcher Frank Hu, MD, PhD, MPH, professor of nutrition and epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston. “This data provide strong evidence that we should not consider these two isolated conditions any longer.”
Nov 12 11 7:57 PM
I know that depression can be secondary to Diabetes. I don’t
think it can be the other way around. Depression can be secondary to any
serious illness. I don’t think hypertension can work either.
Nov 14 11 4:32 AM
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Nov 16 11 7:34 PM
I agree with Vet10. Ask to see a VA mental health professional
to establish your depression. It can also be established with a private physician
especially clinical psychologist or psychiatrist.
Nov 16 11 8:03 PM
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