Rhesus monkeys at the University of California – Davis are showing promise to cure anxiety after scientists isolated and boosted a single brain molecule. Researchers Andrew Fox, of UC Davis, and Tade Souaiaia, of SUNY, lead a study to determine if manipulation of the amygdala could mitigate behaviors that relate to anxiety and depression. The amygdala is the portion of the brain that controls memories and the emotions associated with them.Continue reading
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