Negative cognitive biases associated with inflammatory bowel disease symptoms could cause depression in some patients, according to a study by Ben Wilkinson of the University of Exeter that was published in Neurogastroenterology & Motility. Women, those on corticosteroids and those with active IBD were at greater risk for depression, researchers said.
IBD biases may lead to depression in some, study says
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