Monday, July 26, 2010

Serotonin cell discoveries mean rethink of depression

If you thought depression was caused by low serotonin levels, think again. It looks as if the brain chemistry of a depressed person is much more complex, with mounting evidence suggesting that too much serotonin in some brain regions is to blame.

Read the full article by Linda Geddes at: NewScientist 22 July 2010 Issue 2770

Source: Neuroscience and Pain Science for Manual Physical Therapists on Face Book

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