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Group Activities Often Reduce Depression among Older Population

When our elders are suffering from physical pain, mental stress, Loneliness or the effects of ageism in our society, the result can be depression. Research conducted at Sweden’s Umeå University and reported on by Medical News Today finds that when group Activities were introduced into the elders’ environments, depressive symptoms were often improved and the need for medication reduced or eliminated.

Read complete article on HealthCentral to learn more about how group activities can help our Aging loved ones:

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