Two-way street between depression and heart disease

Published: June, 2009

Lifting depression can help the heart; exercise is essential.

When a cardiologist asks how a patient is feeling, the question usually refers to the body. But he or she should ask about moods and emotions, too. The answer can offer important information about a person's general as well as cardiovascular health.

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