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Anti-inflammatory drugs might someday treat depression

In the future, a new class of anti-inflammatory drugs could be used to treat depression, say University of Cambridge researchers.


Anti-inflammatory drugs can relieve symptoms of depression

A review of studies looking at inflammation and depression has found that a class of anti-inflammatory drugs can ease the condition’s symptoms.


A New Key to Understanding Depression

Scientists are studying alternative explanations for complicated conditions like depression, and researchers from the University of Cambridge are...


Dr Khandaker talks to Cambridge TV

Anti-inflammatory drugs similar to those used to treat conditions like rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis could be used to treat some cases of depression.


Voice of America: Study: Anti-inflammatory Drugs Also Fight Depression

The finding of a new study suggests that anti-inflammatories, as they are known, may take their place alongside conventional treatments to help people with depression.


Protein that fights colds is linked to depression

Children with high levels of a protein that is released in response to coughs, colds and stomach bugs are at greater risk of developing depression and other mental disorders in adulthood, scientists have found.


Kids' responses to infections linked with depression risk

Kids with immune systems that react strongly to infections could have a higher risk of depression, a new study suggests.


Could depression be treated with aspirin or ibuprofen?

Scientists at the University of Cambridge have discovered that inflammation may cause depression, leading to hopes that anti-inflammatory drugs...


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