ABC Evening News for Monday, Oct 20, 1997
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Findings of a Duke University study that managing stress can reduce the risk of heart attacks reported.
(Neven, North Carolina: John McKenzie) The link between depression and heart attack examined; medical statistics cited. [North Carolina pastor and depression patient Reverend Al TROTTER, Duke University Dr. Chris O'CONNOR - talk about depression and the risk for heart attacks.] [Washington University professor Robert CARNEY - cites the stigma associated with depression.] Trotter's use of counseling sessions and medication to lift his depression noted.
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