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We have learned a lot from decades of scientific study about mental health. Researchers are learning more about how individual cells and complex neural circuits interact. The more we learn, the more we begin to understand how the brain processes and stores information. This also makes it possible to understand what goes wrong or doesn’t work properly, often leading to the symptoms of mental health conditions.
Watch this video to learn more about the biology of mental health conditions.
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