Researchers provide a new summary of symptoms for the diagnosis of CPTSD, a sibling disorder of PTSD that has recently been officially recognized by the WHO. CPTSD usually occurs following prolonged exposure to traumatic experiences, such as abuse, torture, or domestic violence.
Study reveals a strong association between emotional abuse experienced during childhood and an increased risk of developing schizophrenia-like symptoms in adulthood.
Researchers reveal the critical role the p62 gene plays in the selective autophagy of tau oligomers.
Medications that block serotonin and dopamine enable the life extension effect of the FMO protein in C. elegans, even in the presence of the smell of food.
Study reports the youngest children in a class are more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD, suggesting immaturity in a peer group may influence diagnosis.
The simple sight and smell of a meal prior to consumption triggers insulin release. This insulin release depends on a short-term inflammatory response. In those who are overweight, this inflammatory response is so excessive it can impair insulin secretion.
Olfactory dysfunction can have both physical and social consequences, in addition to influencing food intake and weight. Researchers say foods that stimulate other chemical senses when consumed, such as chili or menthol, can improve life quality for those with olfactory dysfunction.
A new mathematical model that identifies essential connections between neurons reveals some neural networks in the brain are more essential than others.
Study reveals the how stress can induce sleep in mice, and how this stress-induced sleep can help reduce anxiety the following day.