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Scientists may have found the source of your anxiety: it’s all in your head

Scientists may have discovered the physical source of anxiety. In a recent study, researchers found that mice have specialized brain cells that appear to control anxiety levels. To make this discovery, a team of scientists at UC San Francisco and Columbia University Medical Center put test mice through some anxiety-producing labyrinths. While mice scrambled through … Continue reading “Scientists may have found the source of your anxiety: it’s all in your head” Scientists may have discovered the physical source of anxiety.
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