Bone Hormone Sparks Fight-or-Flight Response in Mice
Bone Hormone Sparks Fight-or-Flight Response in Mice
A brain-activated, bone-derived hormone called osteocalcin regulates the acute stress response in rodents and possibly humans.
Bone Hormone Sparks Fight-or-Flight Response in Mice
Bone Hormone Sparks Fight-or-Flight Response in Mice

A brain-activated, bone-derived hormone called osteocalcin regulates the acute stress response in rodents and possibly humans.

A brain-activated, bone-derived hormone called osteocalcin regulates the acute stress response in rodents and possibly humans.

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How Stress Affects Cancer’s Spread
How Stress Affects Cancer’s Spread
Catherine Offord | Mar 1, 2016
A mouse study reveals how chronic stress remodels lymphatic vasculature to facilitate the spread of tumor cells.
Neuronal Connection Between Fat and the Brain Visualized
Neuronal Connection Between Fat and the Brain Visualized
Anna Azvolinsky | Sep 24, 2015
Researchers pinpoint the neurons within white fat tissue that mediate brain-bound leptin signaling and eventual fat breakdown.
Stress Fractures
Stress Fractures
Daniel Cossins | Jan 1, 2015
Social adversity shapes humans’ immune systems—and probably their susceptibility to disease—by altering the expression of large groups of genes.