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Negative Mood? A Pea-Sized Receptor Linked to That!

Long tiring days and sad experiences are some of the leading causes of negative moods. When a person is on the said mood, he/she tend to be more irritated than usual. One can also experience a different kind of low energy, wherein it’s almost hard to do anything. But, do you ever wonder how it is related to the brain? International research has revealed a receptor that is said to be linked to negative moods.

A team of international scientists discovered this unique brain receptor, which was said to be small. The pea-sized receptor was found in the center of the human brain. This specific research was published in the leading journal Science. To learn more about this interesting news, click here.

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