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George Washington University (GW) researcher David Mendelowitz, Ph.D., was recently published in the Journal of Neuroscience for his research on how heart rate increases in response to alertness in the brain.
Researchers use animal models to demonstrate that the net result of cocaine use is a balance of both positive and negative effects
New research has revealed a previously unknown mechanism in the body which regulates a hormone that is crucial for motivation, stress responses and control of blood pressure, pain and appetite.
Normally muscles contract in order to support the body, but in a rare condition known as cataplexy the body's muscles "fall asleep" and become involuntarily paralyzed.
Scientists may have discovered why the standard treatment for Parkinson's disease is often effective for only a limited period of time.
Stressed people fall into habits and their behavior is not goal-directed.
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago have shown for the first time that damage to a particular area of the brain and a consequent reduction in noradrenaline are associated with multiple sclerosis.
Physicians treating patients with shock should consider norepinephrine instead of dopamine as a tool for stabilizing blood pressure, according to an editorial in the March 4, 2010, issue of the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM).
Monoamine oxidase-A inhibitor drug blocks buildup of toxic free radicals in animal hearts.
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