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A news story from Minneapolis explores the connection between Chronic Pain and Depression.

The CDC says it affects about 21% of adults in the U.S. Doctors say people who have chronic pain are also at higher risk for depression or anxiety.

Chronic pain and depression are among the most disabling conditions worldwide, and many people struggle with both.

“About half the people with depression have some pain symptoms, and about half the people with pain have some depression symptoms,” said Research Scientist at Regenstrief Institute, Kurt Kroenke, MD.

Watch the video here:

https://www.actionnews5.com/2024/06/04/best-life-link-between-chronic-pain-depression/

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