How inhibitory brain cells get excited

How inhibitory brain cells get excited

How inhibitory brain cells get excited. Scientists have found an early step in how the brain’s inhibitory cells get excited. A natural balance of excitement […]

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How brain cells shape temperature preferences

How brain cells shape temperature preferences

How brain cells shape temperature preferences. Scientists have known that a type of brain cell circuit helps regulate a variety of innate and learned behavior […]

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How brain cells lift mood in sleepless people

How brain cells lift mood in sleepless people

How brain cells lift mood in the sleepless. Neuroscientists have discovered an interesting biological link between depression and sleep. Researchers from Tufts University determined star-shaped […]

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Huntington’s gene disrupts brain cells via changes to other genes

Huntington’s gene disrupts brain cells via changes to other genes

Huntington’s gene disrupts brain cells via changes to other genes. Biological engineers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US have discovered that the […]

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Newfound brain cells linked to high blood pressure

Newfound brain cells linked to high blood pressure

Newfound brain cells linked to high blood pressure. High blood pressure has just gotten a new culprit: a newly discovered brain cell. While the usual […]

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Brain protein mutation linked to autism

Brain protein mutation linked to autism

Brain protein mutation linked to autism. Researchers said they have discovered a genetic mutation in people with autism that cuts communication between brain cells to […]

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Even ‘moderate’ drinking could impairs brain cell growth as just two glasses of wine a day could nearly halve the number of brain cells we produce

Even ‘moderate’ drinking could impairs brain cell growth as just two glasses of wine a day could nearly halve the number of brain cells we produce

Even ‘moderate’ drinking could impairs brain cell growth as just two glasses of wine a day could nearly halve the number of brain cells we […]

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When people make hasty decisions, they tend to make more mistakes

When people make hasty decisions, they tend to make more mistakes

When people make hasty decisions, they tend to make more mistakes. Now, a new study on monkeys explains why: brain cells become hypersensitive to new […]

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