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By WINDER, Virginia This article was written by a contributor. It is not to be reproduced without permission from the Taranaki Daily News and charges may be incurred. ---------------------------------------------- A FAILED quest to make a healthy beer has led a former winemaker to water.
In the first study of its kind in the living human brain, Dr. Jeffrey Meyer and colleagues at the Center for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) have discovered greater levels of serotonin transporter in the brain in winter than in summer.
Researchers in Italy say an imbalance of the neuronal signal serotonin in the brain stem may help explain Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
A new thesis from the Swedish medical university Karolinska Institutet shows that the brainâ€™s serotonin system differs between men and women. The scientists who conducted the study think that they have found one of the reasons why depression and chronic anxiety are more common in women than in men.
Corn, oats, cherries and red wineâ€™s high melatonin content can help delay aging
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The use of some migraine drugs with certain antidepressants can cause a fatal condition in which patients experience hallucinations, overactive reflexes and rapid heart beat, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warned on Wednesday.
Melatonin, a hormone involved in the regulation of the sleep/wake cycle, may help night shift workers get more rest during daylight hours, according to the findings of a small study published in the journal Sleep.
Tryptophan is the source of Thanksgiving legend and grist for a "Seinfeld" episode, but it's not the chemical that you'd expect to find in Lawrence Steinman's lab.
Research continues to reveal the effect chemicals can have on the brain and how well it works. What is emerging from intensive studies is the influence of certain chemicals already found in the brain. Scientists are looking for ways to make those substances more adaptable to individual needs.