Monthly Archives: December 2018

Excerpts from article: “The observation that higher rates of schizophrenia and other nonaffective psychotic disorders are associated with city living is robustly replicated across epidemiologic studies conducted throughout Northern Europe and North America. The weight of this evidence, combined with exhaustive … Continue reading

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Abstract:  “Most people with bipolar disorder spend a significant percentage of their lifetime experiencing either subsyndromal depressive symptoms or major depressive episodes, which contribute greatly to the high levels of disability and mortality associated with the disorder. Despite the importance of bipolar depression, there are … Continue reading

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Abstract: “The discovery of the mechanisms underlying light-gated ion channels called channel rhodospins and the subsequent development of optogenetics illustrates how breakthroughs in science and technology can span multiple levels of scientific inquiry. Our knowledge of how channelrhodopsins work emerged … Continue reading

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