Men Just As Likely To Be Depressed As Women

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Men Just As Likely To Be Depressed As Women

Upending previous research, a new study found that an equal percentage of men and women, about 30 percent, would meet the definition for depression at some point in their lives if the criteria for diagnosis were broadened to include symptoms such as aggression, substance abuse, and risk taking. What do you think?

  • “We probably get depressed way stronger than girls though.”

    Zachary Stateman
    Scallop Shucker
  • “It’s only because it disturbs us so to see our sisters in such dysfunctional emotional despair.”

    Nathan Noel
    Systems Analyst
  • “We did it!”

    Hoyt McPherson
    Camp Counselor