Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Depression, Not Anxiety, Linked With Inflammation and Metabolic Change

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This is a painting of a depressed personDepression and anxiety have different biochemical links to inflammation and lipid metabolism. Those with depression have greater levels of inflammation and different types and amounts of lipids in their blood compared to those with anxiety. The metabolites associated with depression were linked to the severity of symptoms. Higher levels of lipids associated with depression detected in a person's blood correlated with more severe symptoms.