Both men and women with HIV were more likely to experience comorbid psychiatric conditions than their peers without an HIV diagnosis.
This nationwide population-based cohort study is currently the largest study to examine infections as a predictor of death by suicide.
Neuroimaging studies have shown several neurophysiological substrates for depression: An overview by Theodore Henderson, MD, PhD.
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Although inconclusive, late-onset Alzheimer's Disease could be triggered by infectious pathogens.
In those suffering from clinical depression, two inflammatory markers, CRP and IL-6, were found to be elevated by up to 50%.
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