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Image credit: Brain regions showing significantly greater activation in the high-trauma-exposed group in response to stress cues, compared to the low-trauma-exposed group / 2015 J. Elsey et al., Nature Publishing Group

Trauma in Childhood Is Found to Alter Neural Responses to Stress

It is said that earlier experience of trauma in life has been attributed to anxiety, depression, obesity as well as substance abuse in later stage of life. After the examination of brain scans of 64 teenagers, researchers have confirmed that such psychiatric disorders or risky behaviors might result in changed […]

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What Can Drunk Prairie Voles Tell Us about Booze and Relationships?

What Can Drunk Prairie Voles Tell Us about Booze and Relationships?

Rodents can tell people how alcohol influences men and women. It is the common experience that on one hand, alcohol can bind romantic pairs much closely, but on the other it can also break the relationship because of the extra-partner┬ádalliance. In order to find more about the dual nature of […]

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Work Up a Sweat to Bargain Better

Work Up a Sweat to Bargain Better

Perhaps we should go to bargain in gym in the future. If better health is not a sufficient incent for you to take a brisk walk, maybe there is another one: it might get you a better deal. New study from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology provides a twist on […]

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