Major depression diagnoses in US up 33 percent since 2013, study finds

Over the past five years, diagnoses of major depression in the United States have risen by at least 33 percent.

That’s according to a new report from the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, for which analysts assessed the BCBS Health Index built from billions of claims for more than 41 million commercially insured Americans annually.

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Fiza Pirani