Decoding how the brain manages the appetite for salt and water

Staying hydrated and consuming appropriate amounts of salt is essential for the survival of terrestrial animals, including humans. The human brain has several regions constituting neural circuits that regulate thirst and ...


Linking genes and brain circuitry in anxiety disorders

Anxiety disorders (ADs) affect more than 280 million people worldwide, making them one of the most common mental health conditions. ADs have a genetic basis, as seen from inheritance in families, and people with one subtype ...

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