Anxiety Cells Found in Brain

Researchers at Columbia University Irving Medical Center and University of California, San Francisco have found specific cells in the brain that trigger anxiety, according to Neuroscience News.  The discovery of these dedicated cells in an area of the brain called the hypothalamus means that researchers can now explore further why some over-respond to anxiety-producing conditions in their lives and also may help point to ways to alleviate anxiety.  Check out the article here.