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27/03/2013 - Submitted by: Wynne Richard


A new report in The Lancet has shown that the financial crisis has resulted in increases in levels of depression.  This is due to a combination of rises in unemployment and reductions in social welfare and health services.
The study found that Greece, in particular has been affected negatively in terms of mental health suicide rates and physical health indicators.
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