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Depression twice as common in Diabetics (both have low vitamin D) – Aug 2018

Understanding depression in type 2 diabetes: a biological approach in observational studies

F1000Research 2018, 7(F1000 Faculty Rev):1283 Last updated: 15 AUG 2018 [version 1; referees: 2 approved]
Thomas van Sloten1-3, Miranda Schram


Strangely the word vitamin does not occur even once in the PDF

Items in both categories Diabetes and Depression are listed here:

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Depression is twice as common in type 2 diabetes as in the general population and is associated with adverse health outcomes. Growing evidence suggest that type 2 diabetes and depression share biological mechanisms. This brief commentary discusses current understanding of shared biological pathways, focussing on hyperglycaemia, (micro)vascular dysfunction, and low-grade inflammation. Although there is accumulating evidence that these pathways are involved in the link between type 2 diabetes and depression, direct evidence of their temporal associations is lacking because of a paucity of longitudinal studies that focus on the pathobiology of both type 2 diabetes and depression.

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