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Serotonin deficiency affects mood, causes mood disorders
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Excessive serotonin in brain tied to social phobia

Did you know there is a neurotransmitter in your body which plays a role in your bowel movements, changes in mood, creating blood clots and reducing your libido? It's true. One specific neurotransmitter has its hand in all of these functions. And ... Before It's News, 16 hours ago
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Could Inducing Mild 'Fever' Help Depression?

Small study suggests heating the body might alter brain's serotinin levels, but more research is needed WebMD News from HealthDay By Mary Elizabeth Dallas HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, May 16, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Temporarily raising the body ...
 WebMD1 week ago Could Inducing Brief, Mild 'Fever' Help Ease Depression?  Merritt Island Surgery Center1 week ago Could Inducing Brief, Mild Fever Help Ease Depression?  Doctors Lounge1 week ago

Deficiency in key brain chemical linked to rheumatoid arthritis

Serotonin, a brain chemical which is believed to influence various psychological factors has now been directly implicated in rheumatoid arthritis. The post Deficiency in key brain chemical linked to rheumatoid arthritis appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com2 months ago
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5 Reasons Why You Actually Should Eat Carbs

1. They keep you sane Research has found that carbohydrates boost production of the feel-good brain chemical serotonin. In a year-long study, (link: Archives of Internal Medicine), people on a high-carb, low-fat diet experienced much less anger, ...
 Cosmopolitan South Africa4 days ago
Monthly Prescribing Reference

Association between the use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and multiple sclerosis disability progression

Abstract Background Benefits of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) in modifying the multiple sclerosis (MS) disease course have been suggested, but their ability to delay disability progression remains unknown. We examined the ...
 Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety4 days ago Antidepressants appear to accelerate postmenopausal bone loss  Healio1 week ago Do SSRI/SNRIs Affect Nighttime Urinary Frequency?  Monthly Prescribing Reference2 weeks ago

Depressing Antidepressant: Fluoxetine Affects Serotonin Neurons Causing Adverse Reproductive Responses in Daphnia magna

Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are widely used antidepressants. As endocrine disruptive contaminants in the environment, SSRIs affect reproduction in aquatic organisms. In the water flea Daphnia magna, SSRIs increase offspring ...
 Environmental Science & Technology2 weeks ago Study: Antidepressants May Lengthen Umbilical Cord  PharmaceuticalProcessing2 weeks ago Some Antidepressant's Threat to Pregnancies  Surgical Products2 weeks ago Antidepressant Use During Pregnancy May Lengthen Umbilical Cord  HealthNewsDigest.com2 weeks ago
Medical News Today

Infants whose mothers have taken SSRI antidepressants are more likely to have decreased birth weight and gestational length

A new study, published in the International Journal of Epidemiology , has found that prenatal exposure to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) has a significant association with lower birth weight and gestational length. This was found to ...
 Medical News Today1 week ago Prenatal exposure toSSRIs linked to lower birth weight, gestational length  News-Medical.Net1 week ago Infants Exposed to SSRI Antidepressants Are More Likely to Have Decreased Birth Weight  ScienceNewsline1 week ago
Malay Mail

Infrared heat eases depression symptoms, study finds

The researchers think that using heat to stimulate skin activates serotonin-producing cells which in turn change how the brain functions. ― AFP-Relaxnews pic PARIS, May 17 ― American researchers have found that exposing skin to heat from ...
 Malay Mail1 week ago

Review of the Ongoing Story of Appetite Suppressants, Serotonin Pathway, and Pulmonary Vascular Disease

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 Doctors Guide1 week ago
Medical News Today

Targeted orphaned domain may lead to drug therapies: Research key to possible drug therapies for nervous system diseases and inflammatory processes

"Pentameric quaternary structure of the intracellular domain of serotonin type 3A receptors," was published in the April issue of Scientific Reports . Along with her research team, Akash Pandhare, Ph.D., and Petar N. Grozdanov, Ph.D., Jansen's ...
 Medical News Today2 weeks ago
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