Anxiety and depression among U.S. adults with arthritis 2015-2017, by sexual identity

Prevalence of anxiety and depression symptoms among adults in the U.S. with arthritis in 2015-2017, by sexual identity

by John Elflein, last edited Jan 8, 2019
Anxiety and depression among U.S. adults with arthritis 2015-2017, by sexual identity This statistic presents the prevalence of anxiety and depression symptoms among adults in the U.S. with arthritis in 2015-2017, by sexual identity. During this time period, around 37 percent of lesbian/gay/bisexual/other adults with arthritis had symptoms of anxiety.
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Prevalence of anxiety and depression symptoms among adults in the U.S. with arthritis in 2015-2017, by sexual identity

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