Neuroinflammation at the interface of depression and cardiovascular disease: Evidence from rodent models of social stress

@inproceedings{Finnell2016NeuroinflammationAT,
  title={Neuroinflammation at the interface of depression and cardiovascular disease: Evidence from rodent models of social stress},
  author={Julie E. Finnell and Susan K. Wood},
  booktitle={Neurobiology of Stress},
  year={2016}
}
A large body of evidence has emerged linking stressful experiences, particularly from one's social environment, with psychiatric disorders. However, vast individual differences emerge in susceptibility to developing stress-related pathology which may be due to distinct differences in the inflammatory response to social stress. Furthermore, depression is an independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease, another inflammatory-related disease, and results in increased mortality in depressed… CONTINUE READING

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