Researchers discover receptors for stress activated hormones are localized in oral taste cells responsible for detecting sweet, umami and bitter tastes.
A new study reports stresses experienced in early life could change areas of the brain responsible for learning, memory and emotional processing.
Researchers report cortisol can strengthen negative memories.
According to a new study, the amygdala has an inhibitory effect on cortisol during early development of nonhuman primates.
New research could lead researchers to a better understanding of the development of psychiatric disorders such as depression and anxiety.
A new study could provide additional insights into neurodegenerative diseases which result from misfolded proteins piling up.
Researchers report exercise can produce changes in skeletal muscles which can purge the blood of a protein that accumulates during stress.
A new study reports pregnant women with PTSD are at increased risk of preterm birth.