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Testosterone, the primary male sex hormone, appears to have antidepressant properties, but the exact mechanisms underlying its effects have remained unclear.
Research from a Kansas State University professor may make it easier to recover after spinal cord injury or to study neurological disorders.
Getting rid of a protein increases the birth of new nerve cells and shortens the time it takes for antidepressants to take effect.
According to NeuroGenesis, a Texas based supplements manufacturer, recently pharmacies in many American States have experienced a major drug shortage, leaving hundreds of thousands of ADHD patients
A significant obstacle to progress in understanding psychiatric disorders is the difficulty in obtaining living brain tissue for study so that disease processes can be studied directly.
Fruit flies don't have noses, but a huge part of their brains is dedicated to processing smells.
Loyola University Medical Center researchers are reporting what could become the first reliable method to predict whether an antidepressant will work on a depressed patient.
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