Adults with depression and/or anxiety are more likely to develop multiple chronic health conditions than adults of the same age without either depression or anxiety. For women, the likelihood was higher across the lifespan, from age 20 to age 60, and was highest among those who had comorbid depression and anxiety. For men, the risk was higher among those in their twenties who had comorbid depression and anxiety, but not among older men, or those of any age who had only depression or only anxiety. Women with depression at age 20 and age 40 were 20% more likely to . . .