As the U.S. population ages rapidly over the next two decades, millions of baby boomers may have a hard time finding care and services for mental-health problems such as depression because the nation is woefully lacking in doctors, nurses and other health workers trained for their special needs, the Institute of Medicine said in a new report.
IOM: Mental-health care lacks for boomers
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