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U.S. nerve gas hit our own troops in Iraq

U.S. nerve gas hit our own troops in Iraq

In a 2012 Neuroepidemiology article, Jim Tuite, a Gulf War illness expert, and UTSW's Dr. Robert Haley, wrote that “large numbers of U.S. and Coalition military personnel were exposed to levels of sarin … " Read More

Key brain cells that drive circadian rhythm identified

Key brain cells that drive circadian rhythm identified

UT Southwestern Medical Center's Joseph Takahashi said that they have found that a group of SCN neurons that express a neuropeptide called neuromedin S (NMS) is both necessary and sufficient for the control of circadian rhythms. The findings may offer imp Read More