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Omega-3 fatty acids are found in some green vegetables, vegetable oils, and fatty fish. There is some evidence that omega-3 fatty acid supplements can reduce depression, but researchers are trying to clarify which omega-3s are most helpful, and for whom. A new study in Molecular Psychiatry suggests that depressed people with higher inflammation may respond best to EPA omega-3 fatty acids compared to DHA omega-3 fatty acids or placebo. Researchers led by M.H. Rapaport divided people with major depressive disorder into “high” and “low” inflammation groups based on their levels of the inflammatory markers IL-1ra, IL-6, high-sensitivity C-reactive protein, leptin, and adiponectin. Participants were randomized to receive eight weeks of treatment with EPA omega-3 supplements (1060mg/day), DHA omega-3 supplements (900mg/day), or placebo.
While overall treatment differences among the three groups as a whole were negligible, the high inflammation group improved more on EPA than on placebo or DHA, and more on placebo than on DHA. The authors suggest that EPA supplementation may help relieve symptoms of depression in people whose depression is associated with high inflammation levels, a link common among obese people with depression.
Microsurgical clip ligation in the treatment of intracranial aneurysm shows long-term durability, with a small risk for recurrence when residual aneurysms are present after treatment, according to a new study.
"This is the largest study to date with the longest follow-up data that confirms the long-term efficacy of aneurysm clip ligation," said first author Mason Brown, a medical student with the Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, in presenting the findings at the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) 83rd Annual Meeting.
Previous studies have estimated the recurrence risk with aneurysm clip ligation to be approximately 0.26% to 0.053% annually, and the risk for de novo aneurysm at 0.84% to 1.8% per year; however there is currently no standard protocol for the timing or length of follow-up after surgery, Brown said.
American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) 83rd Annual Meeting. Abstract 662. Presented May 4, 2015.