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The longitudinal relationship between changes in wellbeing and inflammatory markers: are associations independent from depression?

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Summary of "The longitudinal relationship between changes in wellbeing and inflammatory markers: are associations independent from depression?"

There is a large literature linking inflammation with mental ill health, but a much smaller literature focusing on mental wellbeing. Specifically, it remains unclear whether mental wellbeing is longitudinally independently associated with inflammation or only via associated changes in mental ill health.

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Name: Brain, behavior, and immunity
ISSN: 1090-2139
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