Psychological distress and cardiovascular disease: An investigation into the epidemiological evidence
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a leading cause of death and a large contributor to disease burden globally. People with symptoms of depression and anxiety (referred to as psychological distress) have an elevated risk of developing CVD and poorer prognosis once it is present. However, the nature of this association remains poorly understood and contested. Therefore, the most effective points of intervention to reduce CVD burden for this group are also unclear. This thesis had two broad aims....[Show more]
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