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Have you ever wondered why anxiety has become so prevalent in modern society? Or why today’s children seem to be grappling more than ever with depression and other neurofunctional disorders? “SIPS: The Molecular Connection Between Immunity & Learning” offers a fresh perspective on the delicate balance of our immune systems and neural pathways.
A ground-breaking idea emerges in the ever-evolving field of immunology and neuroscience, connecting dots we never thought to join. Dive into the riveting exploration of how the very molecules responsible for warding off infections in our bodies play a pivotal role in how we learn and process the world around us.