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Meningitis Bacteria Trigger Headaches, Then Sneak Into the Brain
Researchers find that bacteria stimulate a headache-causing pain pathway to suppress the immune system and infect the brain. 
Meningitis Bacteria Trigger Headaches, Then Sneak Into the Brain
Meningitis Bacteria Trigger Headaches, Then Sneak Into the Brain

Researchers find that bacteria stimulate a headache-causing pain pathway to suppress the immune system and infect the brain. 

Researchers find that bacteria stimulate a headache-causing pain pathway to suppress the immune system and infect the brain. 

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Study Traces a Neural Circuit Behind Green Light–Mediated Pain Relief
Alejandra Manjarrez, PhD | Dec 9, 2022 | 4 min read
A mouse study concludes color-detecting cones in the eye and a subset of neurons in the brain’s thalamus are why green light exposure has an analgesic effect.
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