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Serotonin improves sociability in mouse model of autism

Tokyo - In promising new research, scientists working in Japan have linked early serotonin deficiency to various symptoms that occur along autism spectrum disorder. The research promises a new method for helping address autism symptoms.

New study reports that depression can be found through blood test

Many people can go through depression in their lifetime, though a new test can find whether it has the ability to affect one’s daily life. How? Through the blood.

Op-Ed: Ocean acidity causes fish to go looking for their predators

Sydney - Studies of the effects of carbonic acid, the CO2 related acid formed by carbon emissions and underwater volcanoes have shown that fish affected by the acid actually go looking for their predators.

Op-Ed: It may not be you feeling hungry! Do gut flora call the shots?

Sydney - That desire to eat a few truckloads of food may actually be coming from your gut flora. Seems the little guys know how to tell you when they want to eat, according to a new study by the University of Rouen, France.

Low serotonin levels may contribute to canine aggression

A recent study indicates that aggressive dogs often have low levels of serotonin. Low levels of this chemical are linked to depression and anxiety in humans.

Low Serotonin levels cause infant deaths

Researchers released reports that found babies with low serotonin levels may be at risk of falling victim to SIDS, or sudden infant death syndrome.

Serotonin turns locusts into cereal killers

Scientists from UK and Australia say that the brain chemical serotonin is the trigger that causes harmless desert locusts to transform and swarm into a crop destroying plague.

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