People with depression have smaller hippocampi

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The brains of people with recurrent depression have a significantly smaller hippocampus—the part of the brain most associated with forming new memories—than healthy individuals, a new global study of nearly 9000 people reveals. Published in Molecular Psychiatry, the ENIGMA study is co-authored by University of Sydney scholars at the Brain and Mind Research Institute. The

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