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About one third of people with depression have high levels of inflammation markers in their blood. New research indicates that persistent inflammation affects the brain in ways that are connected with stubborn symptoms of depression, such as anhedonia, the inability to experience pleasure.More »

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Research Suggests Number One RA Drug is Underutilized, Underdosed - 11.19.2015

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Minority Patients Less Likely to Receive Analgesic Medications for Abdominal Pain - 11.18.2015

A new study led by researchers at the Center for Surgery and Public Health at Brigham and Women's Hospital that analyzed data from 6,710 emergency department (ED) visits that occurred between 2006 and 2010 has found that minority patients with acute abdominal pain are less likely to receive analgesic (pain-relieving) medications, compared to their white counterparts.More »



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