Activating Brain's "Safety Circuit" Can Buffer Against Stress

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Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center have identified a "safety circuit" in the brain which, when activated, seems to buffer against stressful and anxiety-provoking events, according to a newly-released study in the journal Neuron.

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