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Now you can eat your feelings

Emily Arundel's cafe serves foods that help release serotonin. Picture: Supplied Source: Supplied IF YOUVE just gone through a breakup, youre supposed to cry into a pizza or a tub of ice cream, right? Wrong. Maybe hold up on that extra cheese crust ... Herald Sun, 5 hours ago
World's first happiness restaurant Brisbane Courier-Mail - Central, 9 hours ago
Happiness cafe: Now you can eat your feelings NEWS.com.au, 4 hours ago

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Why does scratching make an itch worse?

Scratching an itch leads to the release of serotonin, which, while pleasurable, intensifies the itch sensation, according to a new study. The act of scratching replaces the itching with a sensation of mild pain, which is why the brain releases ...
 TheStar.com.my4 days ago Serotonin lies at the intersection of pain and itch  Science News Online1 week ago Why does scratching an itch make it worse?  Sowetan2 weeks ago Why scratching makes you itch more  Deccan chronicle3 weeks ago
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Mice that were bred not to make a certain brain chemical scratch less than others

A mouse temporarily scratches when injected with a substance to cause itching. But mice that can't make serotonin don't scratch as much as their litter mates that do make it. (Washington University Center for the Study of Itch) It's something ...
 Washington Post2 weeks ago
Med India

Is suicide linked to sunshine?

more daily sunshine in the preceding 14 to 60 days. Light interacts with brain serotonin systems and possibly influences serotonin-related behaviors. Those behaviors, such as mood and impulsiveness, can play a role in suicide. The authors examined the ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Is Sunshine Associated With Suicide?  Med India2 months ago
Med India

Long-Held Belief About Depression Questioned by New Study

A deficiency in serotonin, a chemical messenger in the brain, is believed to play a central role in depression, but a new study puts this long-standing belief into doubt. In the journal iACS Chemical Neuroscience/i, scientists report that mice lacking the ...
 Med India2 months ago Serotonin deficiency may not be behind depression  Business Standard2 months ago

Estrogen replacements may limit binge-eating

nge-eating behaviors. According to the study, effect required the presence of estrogen receptors in serotonin neurons and direct delivery of an estrogen conjugate to serotonin neurons reduced binge eating in these animals. The researchers found that ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Do you have the single gene? Scientists identify DNA that means some people are 20% more likely to be single

Scientists have identified a 'singleton gene' which lowers level of serotonin Reduced feel-good chemical makes people shy away from relationships It also makes them more likely to be neurotic and to suffer from depression Hair samples from almost ...
 Capital Bay2 days ago Could your genes be the reason you're single?  Austin American Statesman1 day ago Were you BORN to be single? Scientists discover a gene that makes certain people bad at relationships  Capital Bay2 days ago
Irish Mirror

'It's not you, it's my DNA': Are you destined to be alone forever as Singleton gene discovered

A version of the gene 5-HTA1 is thought to lower serotonin levels - a feel-good chemical - which causes people to feel uncomfortable in close relationships Lonely? Alone? Destined to spend your remaining years as a singleton, eating ready meals ...
 Irish Mirror2 days ago 'It's not you, it's my DNA': Are you destined to be alone forever as Singleton gene discovered?  Mirror Uk2 days ago

The Early Role of Serotonin in Childhood Brain Development

A lot of research has shown that poor regulation of the serotonin system, caused by certain genetic variations, can increase the risk of developing psychiatric illnesses such as autism, depression, or anxiety disorders. Furthermore, genetic ...
 Cutting Edge News3 days ago Serotonin's early role in the assembly of brain circuits  EurekAlert!3 days ago
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Serotonin Release Causes Mice to Scratch More

Turns out your mom was right: Scratching an itch only makes it worse. New research from scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis indicates that scratching causes the brain to release serotonin, which intensifies the itch ...
 ALN3 weeks ago Why scratching makes an itch worse  Jagran Post3 weeks ago Itching and Scratching: Why Does Scratching Only Make You Itchier? It's All In Your Head  Hngn.com2 days ago Itching and Scratching a 'Vicious Cycle', Say Researchers  Sudan Vision Daily1 week ago
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