Study: Depression is a leading risk for higher health spending
from Kaiser Health News
Depression was the most costly among 10 common risk factors linked to higher health spending for employees, according to a new study of seven companies. The
study published in Health Affairs
found that the 10 factors — which also included obesity, high blood sugar and high blood pressure — were associated with nearly a quarter of the money spent on the healthcare of the workers.
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