No, depression won’t literally break your heart (but have a heart check anyway)

By Jennifer Welsh, Ellie Paige
Updated June 28 2018 - 1:23pm, first published September 27 2017 - 12:00am
Depression doesn’t lead to heart disease, as some people suggest, but it’s a sign that you might be at risk of it.
Depression doesn’t lead to heart disease, as some people suggest, but it’s a sign that you might be at risk of it.

SOME people say depression leads to a broken heart. It’s a catchy expression, but is it really true?

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