The Brain’s Glue — How It Affects Brain Function

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The following is a link to a New Hampshire Public Radio program on brain cells known as glia or the brain’s glue.

These cells represent about 85% of the tissue in the brain and recent research has shown they have a significant role in brain function.  The program mentions briefly impacts on dementia, alzheimers, schizophrenia, depression, and addiction.  To listen to the program click on one of the links after listen at the upper left of the web page.  The program lasts approximately 10 minutes.

New Hampshire Public Radio

Submitted by: Darrell H.

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