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Before long, the brain sends chemical messengers to stimulate adrenal glands near the kidneys to release cortisol.
On July 18, a Twitter user asked if Neuralink could help patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder and if it could stimulate the release of oxytocin, serotonin and other chemicals.
This stimulates the nearby adrenal glands to release another hormone.
Cassataro and her colleagues are developing a “subunit” vaccine that delivers harmless fragments of the virus — rather than the whole pathogen — to stimulate immunity.
Though the nation’s health authorities continue to advise people from different households to maintain their distance, there are things people who live alone can do to stimulate the happy hormones that come from physical touch.
The agency helped stimulate the development of self-driving cars with a series of obstacle course challenges starting in 2004.
Surprisingly, the main trigger of that brain-stimulating cascade was a protein in the liver, which then exerted its influence on the brain through a complex game of molecular telephone in the blood that we still don’t fully understand.
They use Facebook to stimulate brand awareness, engage with their existing customers, and access new clients.
Regardless of reward, when scientists stimulated the left frontal eye field, which controls the right hemisphere of sight, both monkeys turned their gaze towards the right-side target.
We did a variety of moves outside of even the interest rate to try to stimulate the economy.
FED UP (EP. 390)STEPHEN J. DUBNERSEPTEMBER 26, 2019FREAKONOMICS

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