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Abused Women Suffer Greater Mental and Physical Illnesses


A study shows that women who are abuse suffer more from mental illnesses like depression:

"Even if the obvious signs of domestic violence can be hidden, women who are abused may be at risk of other conditions not usually associated with such abuse, according to a new study.

Women who have been abused by their partners in the past year are more likely than women who have never been abused to be diagnosed with illnesses ranging from depression to chest pain to urinary tract infections, a new study in the Archives of Internal Medicine shows."

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