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Brain Network Changes May Explain Resilience to Childhood Abuse
Brain researchers have known for years that people who are abused in childhood often suffer serious impairments, including a high... Read More
 Program to Identify Neural Bases of Suicidal Thoughts and Emotions
Suicide rates have risen in the U.S. for nearly two decades. But it remains difficult to predict who will attempt... Read More
Esketamine Reduced Suicidal Thoughts Within Hours of Treatment in Patients with Severe Depression
The experimental drug esketamine rapidly reduced thoughts of suicide and symptoms of depression in a small clinical trial reported April... Read More
Harm to Brain Cell Structure Remains Long After Child Abuse
Child abuse can leave lasting marks on the brain at the cellular level, according to new research reported December 1st... Read More
Ketamine Rapidly Reduced Suicidal Thoughts in People with Depression
A single dose of ketamine, the anesthetic drug that has been found to have fast-acting antidepressant effects, can significantly reduce... Read More