Determinants of depressive symptoms among older people in Bangladesh - Rahman MS, Rahman MA, Ali M, Rahman MS, Maniruzzaman M, Yeasmin MA, Ahmed NAMF, Abedin MM, Islam SMS.

BACKGROUND: Depressive symptoms are common among older people which are associated with disability, morbidity and mortality. The aim of this study was to determine the associated risk factors for depressive symptoms among older people in Bangladesh. ...
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