Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Lithium Distribution Differs in Brains of Depressed People

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This shows a brain over a handA new technique allowed researchers to evaluate the distribution of lithium levels in the human brain. Findings revealed those without depression had significantly more lithium in the brain's white matter than in gray matter. By contrast, those with depression or suicidal ideations had more balanced distribution of lithium in both white and gray matter.