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Scientists Discover Brains 'Misery Molecule' Which Affects Stress, Anxiety and Depression

Scientists Discover Brains 'Misery Molecule' Which Affects Stress, Anxiety and Depression

By Amanda Williams
PUBLISHED: 07:49 EST, 21 July 2013 | UPDATED: 01:52 EST, 22 July 2013

Researchers believe that the protein - named CRF1 - could also be linked to depression.

A team from Heptares Therapeutics, a medical company based in Hertfordshire, used one of the world's most powerful x-ray machines to study the brain's pituitary gland.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2372305/Scien...

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Hope that people are

becoming a bit skeptical about these fantastic claims on behalf of companies representing drug sales.

Most of it not provable. A lot of complex looking marketing materials and some very expensive machinery run by people in white coats and they can sell the public just about anything.

Overall as a people, especially children, we are getting sicker and sicker. Why?

depression has a lot to do with a lack of nutrition but is diet the first thing examined by the pshy people? Hardly.

This is a sick care industry and health in part is found by staying out of their alchemist witchcraft.


Liberty = Responsibility

Drug companies will soon rush

Drug companies will soon rush to produce a drug to block those out so everyone is loopy doopy happy all the time!

Southern Agrarian

So, chemical marijuana?

Uh, I think I'm good with mother nature's "medicine", thank you very much.

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin


Sounds good to me