How Magnets “Reset” Depressed Brains

The Washington Post reports that magnetic pulses from a device applied to the head appear to “reset” the brains of depressed patients, according to a new study from the United Kingdom. The circuitry in a part of the right prefrontal cortex is known to be too active in depressed patients, causing excessive rumination and self absorption and impaired attention. When the TMS was applied to healthy subjects in this study, the activity in that region slowed.

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New Depression Therapy is Still Developing

Lots of law students and lawyers have mixed results with medication to treat their depression — even worse, some of these medications don’t work at all or have too many side effects. Find out about this new treatment which uses magnets to treat depression.  Read the Story

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