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Twisted Brain Lobes Could Make Depression More Likely, Monash Alfred Psychiatry Research Centre Study


5/14/2014 6:22:49 AM

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There's a new twist in mental health. People with depression seem three times as likely as those without it to have two brain lobes curled around each other. The brains of people with depression can be physically different from other brains – they are often smaller, for example – but exactly why that is so remains unclear.

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