Investigators searched publication databases for studies reporting biomarkers for inflammation in schizophrenia-spectrum disorders.
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Biomarker research has revealed a connection between systemic inflammation and depression.
Researchers found a small number of clinical trials that indicated antidepressant effects of cytokine blockers.
An emergency meeting will be held June 18 to discuss rare reports of heart inflammation in people who have received the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines.
High blood glucose levels coupled with low tyrosine metabolism may identify patients with depression who have increased inflammation and higher rates of anhedonia.
For patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), higher pain, fatigue, and depressive symptoms are associated with increased odds of being in the high disability trajectory, despite similar levels of inflammation.
Administering the probiotics Bifidobacteriumanimalis subsp. lactis and Lactobacillus rhamnosus to patients recently discharged from the hospital for mania has shown a significant decrease in rehospitalization for relapse.
Nutrition plays a part in many psychiatric conditions and clinicians should discuss proper eating with patients.
Both depression and rheumatoid arthritis contribute substantially to global disability, and these diseases often co-occur.
Paroxetine use improved cognitive impairment and reduced inflammation in HIV patients.
Study findings from EULAR 2020 suggest that higher albumin levels provide a potentially protective effect on mental health in juvenile SLE.
This study looks at whether inflammatory pathways share a genetic background with individual depressive symptoms and if they may potentially causally contribute to them.
Abnormal CRP levels appear to be a biomarker of both major depression and non-remission with antidepressant treatment in individuals with schizophrenia but not in those with unipolar disorder.
Young adults were recruited from a university in China between 2020 and 2021 to receive high-intensity interval training, moderate-to-vigorous intensity continuous training, or control conditions for 12 weeks.
The association between sleep disturbance and inflammation provides support for the possible etiopathogenic role of chronobiological disturbances.
An anti-inflammatory compound in turmeric may benefit those with depression.
Clinicians may want to consider referring atypical depression patients to a nutritionist to avoid inflammation and cardiac issues.
There were significant increases in depression over time in association with greater interpersonal life stressors in girls who had elevated salivary TNF‐α and IL‐1β reactivity to social stress at baseline.
It has been proposed that inflammation stemming from persistent pathogens may influence the development of mood disorders.
Depression is a major contributor to the overall global burden of disease, with more than 300 million individuals suffering from depression.1 Yet, the limited scope of therapeutics for the condition has left patients with few treatment options and low rates of remission. This may change as progress is made on the pathophysiology of depression. Indeed,…
Patients with cardiovascular disease are three times more likely to develop depression, which makes mental health monitoring critical.
Study researchers investigated the optimal sleep strategies for cognition and their underlying mechanisms.
Investigators found data that showed a ghrelinergic signaling mechanism may be responsible for increased appetite in patients with MDD.
Increased rates of depression in the United States could be at least partially due to the dietary shift away from omega-3 consumption.
Investigators believe this is the first large-scale retrospective study to evaluate the association between history of low-grade infections and major depressive disorder.
Experts Robert Dantzer, DVM, PhD and Daniel P. Moriarity, PhD discuss the increasing recognition of the potential role of immune dysfunction in the pathophysiology of psychiatric disorders and vice versa.
Researchers examined evidence suggesting that probiotics may exert antidepressant effects via anti-inflammatory mechanisms.
Clinicians should encourage patients to make lifestyle changes that will favorably impact the body’s inflammatory system.
Adults with congenital heart disease are more likely to have impaired functional status, biomarker profiles indicative of systemic inflammation and heart failure, and increased risk for death or cardiovascular events if they have major depression.
Depression has been linked to elevated markers of inflammation, and aspirin, a nonsteroid, anti-inflammatory medication, can irreversibly inhibit cyclooxygenase-1 and 2.
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