HPV status of head, neck cancer influences fatigue, inflammation

HPV status of head, neck cancer influences fatigue, inflammation

Dr. Xiao sheds light on HPV-unrelated squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck and how it relates to various
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The Brave New World of Inflammation

The Brave New World of Inflammation

Dr. Miller presents five things to know about inflammation and depression as part of a special report in Psychiatric Times.
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Study identifies a link between antidepressant treatment resistance and inflammation

Study identifies a link between antidepressant treatment resistance and inflammation

A recent paper by our group published in Psychoendocrinology looks at the connection between treatment resistant depression and higher levels
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Peripheral Inflammatory Markers Are Associated With Psychomotor Retardation in Major Depressive Disorder

Plasma inflammatory markers are associated with psychomotor retardation in individuals diagnosed with major depressive disorder, according to a report published
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Anti-cytokine trial to test the role of inflammation in depression

Anti-cytokine trial to test the role of inflammation in depression

Dr. Miller of the Behavioral Immunology team comments on the recent trial of an IL-6 antibody to treat depression. Read
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Inflammation Increases Glutamate to Cause Depression

Inflammation Increases Glutamate to Cause Depression

Recent work by Emory investigators suggest that inflammation may act on the brain to change behavior by increasing glutamate. To
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The role of inflammation in depression: from evolutionary imperative to modern treatment target

Mounting evidence indicates that the immune system and the brain worked together to protect early humans in a hostile ancestral
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Inflammation linked to weakened reward circuits in depression

Inflammation linked to weakened reward circuits in depression

Recent studies by our group indicate that increased inflammation is associated with decreased connectivity within reward-related circuits in the brain
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Inflammatory reactions to bacteria or viruses may be key to the so-called “spread” of depression

Inflammatory cytokines and activated cells that produce cytokines get into the brain and ultimately interact with various neurocircuits, leading to
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Research on Psychiatric Disorders Targets Inflammation

Interestingly, there seems to be a special relationship between inflammation and treatment-resistant depression (TRD), which occurs in about one-third of
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