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How the Alcohol-Damaged Brain Responds to Exercise
Alcohol use disorders (AUDs) are a public health concern associated with damage to corticolimbic brain regions and cognitive impairments. As the prevalence of AUDs increases, it is necessary to find effective treatments. ...
Computational Image Analysis of Glial Morphology Following Binge-induced Damage and Exercise-driven Recovery
Neuronal health is dependent upon proper functioning of glial cells. When this support system fails, neurons cannot function properly. Therefore, a more complete understanding of the role of glia in brain health and pathology ...