Researchers report fusiform cells in the dorsal cochlear nucleus become hyperstimulated when exposed to serotonin. Findings could have implications for those taking SSRIs as they may make tinnitus worse in some people.
A new Johns Hopkins University study adds further evidence to the link between serotonin and dementia. According to researchers, lower serotonin levels may play a key role in memory decline and drive the progression of Alzheimer's.
Researchers explain how SSRI antidepressants initiate action by targeting a specific type of nerve cells. Findings may lead to the development of faster acting antidepressants.
A new study assesses existing research into 'moral enhancement' technologies and reports that current methods are neither wise nor feasible.
A new study backs up previous research regarding the effectiveness of ketamine in treating depression. Additionally, researchers identified antidepressant effects in Botox, Diclofenac and Minocycline, drugs commonly used for other purposes.
Researchers have discovered a serotonin type 3 receptor activator that produces an antidepressant effect in mice and functions independently of SSRIs.
Researchers analyse the role serotonin plays in reward and learning.
Long term stimulation of the serotonin system makes mice more active, a new study reports.
A new study links antidepressant use during pregnancy with birth defects.