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Brain and Mental Health - Medical Animation
 
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Brain and Mental Health - Medical Animation
The parts of the brain associated with mental health and function are depicted. The process of neurons passing messages to each other via neurotransmitters is shown and a few examples of mental illnesses are listed, along with the neurotransmitters associated with them.

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