Depressive Symptoms More Likely for Older Adults with Elderly Parents Still Living, Rutgers Study Finds

“People who have reached age 65 with living parents are more likely to suffer depressive symptoms than their peers whose parents have died, according to new research by Rutgers sociologist Deborah Carr. In addition, adult children who may have been abused or neglected by their parents are especially vulnerable to depressive symptoms, both when at […]

via Depressive Symptoms More Likely for Older Adults with Elderly Parents Still Living, Rutgers Study Finds — Rutgers Research

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