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Neurobiology of BDNF in fear memory, sensitivity to stress, and stress-related disorders
Molecular Psychiatry • January 3, 2020
The depressogenic potential of added dietary sugars
Medical Hypotheses • December 13, 2019
Should antidepressants be used for major depressive disorder?
BMJ • September 25, 2019
Antidepressant foods: An evidence-based nutrient profiling system for depression
World Journal of Psychiatry • September 20, 2018
Antidepressant fluoxetine induces multiple antibiotics resistance in T Escherichia coli via ROS-mediated mutagenesis
Environmental International • July 29, 2018
Apathy is associated with incident dementia in community-dwelling older people
Neurology • January 2, 2018
Diet quality and depression risk: A systematic review and dose-response meta-analysis of prospective studies
Journal of Affective Disorders • September 23, 2017
Dietary patterns and depression risk: A meta-analysis
Psychiatry Research • April 11, 2017
Gut Microbiota: The Brain Peacekeeper
Frontiers in Microbiology • March 17, 2016
Antidepressant Use During Pregnancy and the Risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder in Children
JAMA Pediatrics • December 14, 2015
The Gut-Brain Axis: The Missing Link in Depression
Clinical Psychopharmacology and Neuroscience • June 29, 2015
So depression is an inflammatory disease, but where does the inflammation come from?
BMC Medicine • September 12, 2013
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