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An evolving view of depression

Scientists are now beginning to identify specific genes that could make the brain ''hyperreactive to negative experiences.'' Scientists are now beginning to identify specific genes that could make the brain ''hyperreactive to negative experiences.'' (istockphoto.com)
By Carey Goldberg
January 19, 2009

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An occasional column on mental health. (Full article: 870 words)

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