A new study reports anti-inflammatories used to treat conditions like rheumatoid arthritis may also help to treat some cases of depression.
A new report considers how maternal immune activation can affect neurodevelopment in the developing fetus, and concludes the mother's immune response to infection could alone be sufficient enough to cause life long changes in brain architecture, function and behavior in her offspring.
A new study reports researchers have discovered a brain mechanism that could be a suitable target to prevent addiction and tolerance to opioids.
A new study reports vagus nerve stimulation reduces symptoms of RA, cytokine levels and inflammation.
A new study reports pregnant women with high levels of inflammatory cytokines and chemokines may have a significantly increased risk of having a child with autism combined with an intellectual disability.
Researchers report they have established a link between emotional stress and diabetes.
As we age, we grow more sensitive to pain, a new study reports.
Understanding how songbirds respond so quickly to trauma and are able to control neuroinflammation may lead to human therapies to hasten stroke recovery, a new study suggests.
According to a new study, the striatum may be directly affected by inflammation, increasing the risk for depression related symptoms.
A new study reports the immune system could potentially be harnessed to help clear amyloid plaques in order to help in the fight against Alzheimer's disease.
A new study reports changes in immune function can occur up to five years before the diagnosis of brain cancer, which typically only produces symptoms three months before it is detected.