Exercise for What and Tripping Mice

Although everyone can benefit from exercise, the reasons why the same exercise can have different effects in different people is not fully understood. Jeff and Anthony discuss a new study that provides insights to these unanswered questions. Then, studying psychotic disorders in animal is difficult because the diagnosis relies on self-reported symptoms that can only be assessed in humans. New research uses dopamine sensors to measure the effects of hallucinations in rodents. If you guessed this means science is gonna be giving mice a whole bunch of ketamine, you’d come to the same conclusion Anthony and Jeff do.

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