Posts Tagged ‘male depression’

By On May 25th, 2015

Study Finds Strong Ties Between Gambling and Depression in Men

A new study published in Springer’s Journal of Gambling Studies shows that male chronic gamblers face extraordinarily high odds of experiencing depression. The findings come from a team of researchers led by Frédéric Dussault, Ph.D., of the University of Quebec at Montreal in Canada. For the study, the researchers used data from an ongoing long-term…


By On May 22nd, 2015

Sleep Apnea Increases Risk of Depression in Men

A new study out of Australia indicates men with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) are at a significantly increased risk of experiencing depression. As Carol J. Lang, PhD, of the University of Adelaide reported at the annual meeting of the American Thoracic Society, the Men Androgen Inflammation Lifestyle Environment & Stress Study (MAILES) showed previously undiagnosed…


By On April 3rd, 2014

College-Age Depression May Cause Lazy Behavior In Males

Do you have a male friend or relative who spends all their time watching TV or fiddling about online? There are lots of reasons why they may be spending their time distracting themselves, but a new study says males who were depressed during the first few years after high school are more likely to live…


By On September 6th, 2013

Study Shows Men and Women Suffer Depression Equally But Differently

For years, data has suggested that there is a substantial discrepancy between the rates of depression in men and women. Women are diagnosed with depression at twice the rate of men, and literature has repeatedly confirmed the gap. However, a subanalysis of the National Comorbidity Survey suggests that the issue may be how we are…

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