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For children, depression increases hospital use and mortality, Rutgers study finds

20:00 EDT 30 Apr 2019 | AAAS

(Rutgers University) Children with depression admitted to the hospital for other illnesses like pneumonia, appendicitis or seizure disorders, stay longer, pay more and are at greater risk of death, a Rutgers New Jersey Medical School study finds.

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