Recognizing Depression in Older Adults

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It is estimated that one in five Americans 65 years of age or older have some form of depression. But since it is sometimes difficult to distinguish between depression and other illnesses that are common in older adults, such as dementia, depression often goes unrecognized.  Read more at EverydayHealth.com..

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