Could Vaccines Treat PTSD?
Scientists are now making connections between the immune system and the mind’s handling of long-term trauma. “Tweaking the immune system,” namely through vaccination, may reduce symptoms of depression—and, potentially, other types of mental illness, including PTSD, which military studies suggest is influenced by immune function. Read more in Nature’s story.
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- Editors’ Note
Issue 25: The hopes and fears of invisibility, Hudson Taylor’s mission at 150, and the mystery of the world. /
- How to Become Invisible
Scientists are working harder than ever to help us disappear. But maybe Christians already have. /
- ‘Prayed for 24 Willing, Skillful Laborers’
150 years ago this week, Hudson Taylor launched one of the greatest missionary endeavors in church history amid despair and euphoric faith. /
- The Beginning of All Serious Thought
One’s every encounter with the world has always been an encounter with an enigma that no merely physical explanation can resolve. /
- Forty Years
‘That summer sojourn, / forty years gone’ /
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