Low testosterone levels predict incident depressive illness in older men: effects of age and medical morbidity.

@article{Shores2005LowTL,
  title={Low testosterone levels predict incident depressive illness in older men: effects of age and medical morbidity.},
  author={Molly M Shores and Victoria M Moceri and Kevin L. Sloan and Alvin M. Matsumoto and Daniel R. Kivlahan},
  journal={The Journal of clinical psychiatry},
  year={2005},
  volume={66 1},
  pages={7-14}
}
OBJECTIVE Prior studies found that chronic low testosterone levels are associated with an increased risk of depression. We investigated whether low testosterone levels in older men predict depressive illness over 2 years, while controlling for age and medical morbidity. METHOD Participants were 748 men, aged 50 years or older, without prior ICD-9… CONTINUE READING