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Though the list of symptoms for depression is the same for both sexes, there are differences in the way men and women experience depression.
The most well-known difference is that women have twice the risk of developing depression as men. Knowing the other depression differences between men and women may help us recognize depressive conditions in our self and others.
These male-female differences in the experience of depression reflect statistical tendencies.
Source: Live Science
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