Scientists have found the key neurotransmitter in the brain that controls memory suppression, Cambridge researchers wrote in a new study — a breakthrough in explaining why those suffering with post-traumatic stress and anxiety have difficulty suppressing bad memories.
Scientists have found the key neurotransmitter in the brain that controls memory suppression, Cambridge researchers wrote in a new study — a breakthrough in explaining why those suffering with post-traumatic stress and anxiety have difficulty suppressing bad memories. Keith Srakocic AP
Scientists have found the key neurotransmitter in the brain that controls memory suppression, Cambridge researchers wrote in a new study — a breakthrough in explaining why those suffering with post-traumatic stress and anxiety have difficulty suppressing bad memories. Keith Srakocic AP

Wish you could get rid of bad memories? Scientists say they may have found the key

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