Effects of Psychosocial Stress and Depression on Cardiovascular Health in Youth: A Longitudinal Investigation
Recent evidence suggests that cardiovascular disease (CVD) may be impacted by psychological distress, and specifically the experience of stress and depression. The evidence has been most clearly established in adults and, for the most part, limited to brief point-in-time measures of distress. With increasing recognition that early signs of psychosocial stress and depression, as well as the processes leading to CVD may begin to emerge in childhood, the question then presents itself as to whether...[Show more]
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