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Scientists Say A Mind-Bending Rhythm In The Brain Can Act Like Ketamine

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Scientists Say A Mind-Bending Rhythm In The Brain Can Act Like Ketamine

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Out-of-body experiences are all about rhythm, a team reported Wednesday in the journal Nature. In mice and one person, scientists were able to reproduce the altered state often associated with ketamine by inducing certain brain cells to fire together in a slow, rhythmic fashion. "There was a rhythm …

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