Inflammation and depression are linked, but how?

Prolonged inflammation is common to many chronic conditions, including high blood pressure, coronary artery disease, diabetes – and major depression. Depression has been linked specifically to a marker of inflammation in the blood called C-reactive protein (CRP).

But does this inflammation contribute to – or result from – depression?

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