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Meta-Analysis Reveals Older Age at Menopause May Reduce Risk of Depression

A study published this week in JAMA Psychiatry shows that the age at onset of menopause may influence a woman’s risk for depression later in life.Researchers from the National and Kapodistrain University of Athens in Greece conducted a meta-analysis of 14 published studies (including 67,714 woman) that focused on the association between age at menopause or the duration of the reproductive period and the risk of subsequent depression.Overall, the analysis revealed that increasing age at menopause and duration of the reproductive period was associated with a reduced risk of depression...


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Published By: Psychiatric News - Friday, 8 January, 2016

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