Depression, anxiety, and perceived stress scores were all positively correlated with increasing chest pain frequency, and the relationship was significant for depression.
Obesity and sex are differential predictors of acute remission for commonly used antidepressant medications.
When physicians prescribed antidepressants for insomnia and pain, they often prescribed antidepressants off-label.
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