Kids' Responses To Infections Linked With Depression Risk, University of Cambridge Study
8/14/2014 6:54:11 AM
Kids with immune systems that react strongly to infections could have a higher risk of depression, a new study suggests.
Researchers studied a group of healthy children over nine years and found that those whose immune systems reacted more forcefully in response to infection were more likely to develop depression and psychosis, compared with those with immune systems that were less reactive.
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