The Resilient Brain: Epigenetics Stress and Lifecourse   Early Life Deprivation Bruce McEwen

The Resilient Brain: Epigenetics Stress and Lifecourse Early Life Deprivation Bruce McEwen

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(digital whooshing) (digital beeping) (playful piano music) – [Narrator] We are the paradoxical ape, bipedal, naked, large-brained. Long the master of fire, tools, and language but still trying to understand ourselves. Aware that death is inevitable. Yet filled with optimism, we grow up slowly, we hand down knowledge, we empathize, and deceive. We shape the …

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Ketamine and Depression: From Despair to Hope in Hours – Carlos Zarate, NIH Clinician Scientist

Ketamine and Depression: From Despair to Hope in Hours – Carlos Zarate, NIH Clinician Scientist

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>>Could you tell me how you’ve been feeling lately?>>Pretty low.>>Pretty low? Could you say more about that?>>Well, I just feel sad all the time.>>I’m Carlos Zarate. I’m a Principal Investigator for the National Institute of Mental Health. And I study the pathophysiology, or the causes, of mental illness, especially depression and bipolar disorder. And our …

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