Behavioral risk factors for depression vary with age, UCLA study finds

Behavioral risk factors for depression vary with age, UCLA study finds

Smoking, obesity, limited physical activity and a less healthy diet are among factors that strongly predict the likelihood of depression. That likelihood increases with each additional risk factor a person possesses.

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