Trivia: How Do Repeated Low-Grade Infections Affect the Risk of Depression?

January 31, 2018

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A recent nationwide, population-based cohort study examined the relationship between inflammation caused by mild infections and clinical depression. What did the researchers find?

A. Inflammation caused by mild infections increased the risk of clinical depression, but the difference was not significant.

B. There was no relationship between inflammation caused by mild infections and clinical depression.

C. Inflammation caused by mild infections lowered the risk of a patient having clinical depression.

D. Inflammation caused by mild infections significantly increased a patient’s risk of having clinical depression.

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