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The researchers, from the Loyola University Medical Centre, are investigating the therapy, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), that sends short pulses of magnetic fields to the brain. TMS has been approved since 2009 for patients with major …
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Researchers from Yale and the National Institute of Mental Health have studied 30 patients with depression and tracked their brainwave activity after receiving ketamine infusions. The medication actually caused a burst of new connections to form in …
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