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Ultrasound waves zapped at the brain are being used to treat everything from hand tremors to addiction

By Elsa Fouragnan, Associate Professor, School of Psychology, University of Plymouth
One in four people has a mental disorder, according to the World Health Organization. If you’re lucky enough to live in a wealthy country, treatment will usually involve some form of medication – which can cause more issues than it fixes.

The reason for that lies in the depths and complexities…The Conversation

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