Depression linked to asthma onset in African American women

in Black Women's Health Study News
April 24th, 2014

Depression and asthma—two of the most vexing public health issues in the United States—were once thought to have no connection.

But a new study by School of Public Health researchers at the Slone Epidemiology Center has found evidence that depressive symptoms may be linked to the development of adult-onset asthma in African American women. The likely pathway: stress.

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