Link found between early-life trauma and anxiety resilience

It is also being used to treat anxiety disorders.
“These procedures are relatively safe, which means that it is easier to conduct brain stimulation during non-stimulated mental activity,” explains neuroscientist and study author Jens K.
But, is there a causal link?
But we were using a highly sensitive brain stimulation procedure to try to better understand this, since anxiety is often a very difficult mental behaviour to study,” says parental psychologist and first author of the study Thorbjørn Pape.
Extra co-author Hannes Lebye Andersen also participated in the study.

US interval programs lacking substantial resources, nearly half of them private firms

Repeatedly, Congress has hammered out funding for federal, state and local public hospital programs, but there’s a significant lack of sustained attention paid to these efforts from top private sector employers who are expected to run the hospitals for longer and are patriotic to work for them, a new study suggests. “Not only have there […]