Science cures angry mice, could also cure angry humans6/21/2012
In a discovery that could help treat severe aggression in people, scientists have managed to stop very angry mice being very angry. Researchers from the University of Southern California and Italy blocked a malfunctioning brain receptor in "overly hostile" mice with a drug treatment after identifying its role in excess aggression. This could be a breakthrough in treating the pathological aggression that manifests in psychological disorders such as autism, Alzheimer's, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia, and preventing the resulting violence and "hostile overreactions." As to why these mice were so cheesed off in the first place, we are none the wiser.
Do you know anyone with an anger problem?