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Men's depression is fuelled by different stressors to women, study finds

In the UK, men are three times more likely to die by suicide compared to women. Image: Jack Sharp/Unsplash

Olivia Remes

PhD Candidate, University of Cambridge

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This charts shows the key pathways to emergence of depression in males. Image: American Journal of Psychiatry

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