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WISE WEDNESDAY: The Wage Gap May Explain Why Depression Is More Common in Women

Disorders like anxiety and depression can strike anyone, but women are still twice as likely as men to develop major depression and generalized anxiety. For decades, scientists have tried to explain this difference, citing factors that include hormonal changes that start at puberty, sex differences in stress and coping styles, and various environmental factors. Although all of these things may contribute to the problem, none of them fully explains why women are so much more likely than men to have anxiety or depression.

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