People seeking relief from stress may find it by "switching off" specific brain cells, researchers at Osaka University in Japan said in an article published Friday by Science Advances. In experiments with mice, the researchers identified a group of brain cells that control anxiety-related behaviors, they said. The cells are found in the claustrum of the brain, a thin region that connects the prefrontal cortex and the thalamus, or the ...
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