Americanization Is Linked to Depression

Americanization Is Linked to Depression

There are 4 comments on the EMaxHealth story from Aug 14, 2008, titled Americanization Is Linked to Depression. In it, EMaxHealth reports that:

A study of 439 U.S. and Mexican-born Latinas seeking pregnancy and postpartum services at public health clinics in San Antonio uncovered elevated levels of depression among the more "Americanized" women, report ...

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El Paso, TX

#1 Aug 15, 2008
"Cause for concern?" This is a ridiculously small sample by a questionable, at best, survey...based on absurd criteria and poor analysis with flawed conclusions. "may or may not be"..Davila and you Dr. Guerra, shame on you both.

Iredell, TX

#2 Aug 15, 2008
All the more reason to stay in their home country.
Les Claypool

Denver, CO

#3 Aug 15, 2008
"Two non-acculturation variables were associated with elevated depression - being single and being pregnant."

Ah boo hoo. Got birth control?
#5 Sep 23, 2013
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