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Inflammation could be a core feature of depression – Medical Xpress

People with depression have higher levels of inflammation in their bodies than those without depression, regardless of socioeconomic background, ill health or unhealthy…

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People with depression have higher levels of inflammation in their bodies than those without depression, regardless of socioeconomic background, ill health or unhealthy behaviors, a study by King’s College London finds.
C-reactive protein (CRP), a marker for inflammation in the body, was found in higher levels in depressed people compared to non-depressed people in the largest ever study into the genetic, environmental, lifestyle, medical pathways leading to inflammation in major depressive disorder…

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