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Is this peptide a key to happiness? Findings suggests possible new treatment for depression, other disorders

For the first time in humans, scientists have measured the release of a specific peptide, that greatly increased when subjects were happy, but decreased when they were sad. The findings have implications for the treatment of depression.
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