People With Mental Illnesses Die About 14 Years Earlier Than People Without


By Molly Clifton

A study out of Australia finds mental illness can greatly decrease life expectancy.

Researchers say psychiatric patients die about 14 years earlier than people without mental illness.

Some patients took their own lives, but 80 percent died from natural causes like cardiovascular disease and cancer.


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