Major Depression, Bipolar Disorder Increase CVD Risk in Teens

Consider major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder moderate-risk conditions for accelerated atherosclerosis and early cardiovascular disease.

Major depression and bipolar disorder put teenagers at greater risk for heart disease and should be considered as independent risk factors for the condition. This is according to a scientific statement from the American Heart Association, published in the journal Circulation.

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