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Studies show men view ‘traditional’ depression as more severe | The University of Kansas

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People around the world are isolating themselves to help slow the spread of COVID-19, but the crisis can heighten depression for those whose isolation has weakened their social support systems.

Yet trends suggest men will be diagnosed with depression about half as often as women, whether in terms of new cases or those related to the current pandemic.

Researchers know the disparity is not due to men suffering the condition less, but they don’t fully understand why men don’t seek help as often.A University of Kansas professor has published a series of studies about how men approach treatment for depression.

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