Tag Archives: Patterns of Depression

People With Sight Loss Have an Increased Risk of Depression (Thomas Pocklington Trust / JGCR)

Summary Research from the Thomas Pocklington Trust indicates that people with sight loss have an increased risk of depression. This brief literature review identifies an association between visual impairment and the prevalence of depression. National data from the Health and … Continue reading

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Exploring the Relationship Between Worsening Depression and Increased Dementia Risk (BBC News / Lancet Psychiatry / JGCR)

Summary Researchers in the Netherlands, following 3325 adults aged over 55 years for 11 years, have discovered an association between symptoms of depression which increase steadily over time in older adults and a greater likelihood of developing early signs of … Continue reading

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