Published in Lab Law Weekly, January 27th, 2006
Socioeconomic factors, including income, education, and occupation, have long been linked to health status, illness, and death. Research has shown that people with lower socioeconomic status (SES) are more likely to develop a depressive illness and that their depression is more severe than that of people higher on the SES scale. Several studies have hypothesized that socioeconomic factors, including income and education, would also affect how people respond to medications and other therapies for depression,...
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