|Title||The severity of depressive symptoms over time may help predict stroke risk|
|Publication Type||Web Article|
|Year of Publication||2022|
|Publisher||American Heart Association News|
|Keywords||depression, stroke risk|
People who consistently have higher depressive symptoms may be at higher risk for a stroke, according to new research. But stroke risk did not increase in those with decreasing severity of symptoms over time, even if they had high depressive symptoms early on.