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Male depression frequently misdiagnosed

Reported depression is four times more common amongst women than men. However, national studies show that male depression is undiagnosed up to 70% of the time. Men tend to hide their depression symptoms so as not to seem “unmanly”.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Psychology Today

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About: Male depression frequently misdiagnosed

Date: Feb 2000

Source: Psychology Today

Author: Terrence Real


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