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Low-grade inflammation in depression, anxiety and sleep disturbances

@inproceedings{Liukkonen2011LowgradeII,
  title={Low-grade inflammation in depression, anxiety and sleep disturbances},
  author={T. Liukkonen},
  year={2011}
}
Depression, anxiety and sleep disorders have been reported to be associated with low level of inflammation, i.e., low-grade inflammation, but mainly in males. The evidence has mainly been based on laboratory or clinical studies with small sample sizes or epidemiological studies with elderly subpopulations. In this study the association of low-grade inflammation with depression, anxiety, and sleep disturbances was investigated using the Northern Finland 1966 Birth Cohort (NFBC 1966). In women… Expand
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