Blood test shows potential for identifying teen depression

04/17/2012 | MSNBC · Time.com · WebMD

Researchers tested the blood of 28 teens for 26 biomarkers for depression, and found that teens with depression had 11 markers that didn't show up in teens without depression. They also reported that 18 markers could distinguish between depression alone and depression with anxiety. The findings appear in the journal Translational Psychiatry.

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