Mood Disorders in the Aging Population: A scientific review article about prevalence, functional impact and management of mood disorders in the aging adult population.

Despite the lower prevalence of severe mood disorders in the elderly as compared to younger adults, late-life depression and bipolar disorder (BD) are more strongly associated with negative outcomes related to the presence of medical comorbidities, cognitive deficits, and increased suicide risk and overall mortality.

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