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Anti-inflammatory agents may improve anti-depressant effects

02:00 EDT 3 May 2019 | Arthritis Digest

Some anti-inflammatory drugs seem to improve antidepressant treatment effects and depression symptoms, according to a large evidence review in Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica. Data from 36 trials was included. Anti‐inflammatory agents (NSAIDs, cytokine inhibitors, statins, glucocorticoids and minocycline) improved depressive symptoms compared to placebo as add‐on in people with major depressive disorder and when taken alone. […]

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