Strain On The BrainJohn Carey
CONSTANT STRESS MAY BE MORE THAN just nerve-racking. It may kill nerve cells outright, causing a key part of the brain to shrink. Recent studies in rats show that sustained exposure to stress-induced hormones produces permanent damage in the hippocampus, a seahorse-shaped brain structure involved in learning and memory. Now, scientists are finding similar effects in people.
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