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Depressive Mood and Suicide Among Middle-Aged Workers: Findings from a Prospective Cohort Study in Nagoya, Japan
Journal of Epidemiology
In Japan, mortality from suicide has peaked around 50 years old among men, with increasing trend after 65 years old, and this peak became more apparent in recent years. Beside this, "psychological autopsy" has revealed depression as one of the most important risk factors for suicide. There is, however, no cohort study which examined the relationship between depressive mood measured by simple method and suicide in middle-aged general population. Methods: In 1989, baseline information wasdoi:10.2188/jea.10.173 pmid:10860301 fatcat:355xovfwure4njoci3axuxmwci