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Study Suggests Inhaled Anesthetics Affect Neurons Involved in Anesthesia and Pain

April 2015

Researchers found that inhaled anesthetics prevent excitatory neurons from transmitting signals related to anesthesia and the perception of pain by binding to certain sites on postsynaptic density protein-95.
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  • Study Suggests Inhaled Anesthetics Affect Neurons Involved in ...

    April 2015

    Researchers found that inhaled anesthetics prevent excitatory neurons from transmitting signals related to anesthesia and the perception of pain by binding to certain sites on postsynaptic density protein-95.
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  • By the Numbers: Alcohol-Related Deaths

    April 2015

    Age-adjusted alcohol poisoning death rates, by state, between 2010 and 2012. States with the highest death rates were located mostly in the Great Plains and western United States, but also included two New England states (Rhode ...
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  • 'Silent Epidemic' From Herbal and Dietary Supplements?

    April 2015

    A 10-year study by investigators tasked with tracking the primary causes of liver injury has found that although conventional medications continue to be a major contributing factor, the proportion of cases tied to herbal and ...
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