When Edward Richardson, 50, learned he needed bypass surgery, it wasn't his heart that was troubling him -- it was his head.
"I kept hearing a saw. I couldn't go to sleep. I kept hearing this saw and, 'OK, your chest is going to be cut open,'" Richardson said. "I mean, it was a strange thing where my mind was playing tricks on me."
Depression is three times more common among people who have had a heart attack, compared with the general population, according to a report released by the...Full Story