Washington: Stroke victims who are depressed are likely to face a triple risk of early death than people who have not experienced a stroke or depression, says a new study."Up to one in three people who have a stroke develop depression. This is something family members can help watch for that could potentially save their loved one," said study author Amytis Towfighi.
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