After Age 50, Depression Takes Heaviest Toll in CFS, FM & Migraine Patients

In adults over age 50 living independently, having a chronic illness greatly increases risk of depressive episodes, according to a Statistics Canada survey – and the highest rates of depression among the 36 illnesses tracked are chronic fatigue syndrome (30% of patients); fibromyalgia (14%); and migraine (9%).

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