Social Rejection Linked to Inflammation

Taylor and colleagues cautioned that the observed associations were correlational, so that causality can't be determined. As well, they said, more research is needed to see if neural responses to social rejection are uniquely related to differences in inflammatory responses or if they are part of a more general system that can be activated by several types of negative events.

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