Alcohol and drugs of abuse such as cocaine and methamphetamines are well known to alter the normal workings of the human brain. For scientists like Brain & Behavior Research Foundation Grantee Paul A. Slesinger, Ph.D...
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NARSAD-Funded Research Uses Genome-Wide Association Studies To Advance Understanding of Sleep Disorders
NARSAD Young Investigator David Raizen, M.D., Ph.D., part of team to identify four gene variants associated with...
Personality disorders, while less known about than some other psychiatric conditions, nonetheless pose serious mental health problems. Researchers are gaining new insights into the brain-circuitry malfunctions that are...
Born in New York City, Aranda Michaels was a self-taught artist. She relocated to Oregon in the 1980s. A marvel with pen and ink and also skilled with watercolor and acrylics, she was always open to new ideas and mediums...
Father Runs Marathons To Raise Awareness for Mental Illness
A father from New York, who is running 100 marathons across the country to raise awareness for mental illness, made an appearance in Carlsbad on Tuesday....