One group of mice, however, proved resilient to the stress. For three weeks before the social defeat treatment, all of the mice were subjected to two dramatically different living conditions. Some were confined to spartan cages, while others were treated to enriched environments with running wheels and tubes to explore. Unlike the mice in the bare-bones cages, bullied mice that had been housed in enriched environments showed no signs of rodent depression or anxiety after social defeat ( Journal of Neuroscience , 2011). "Exercise and mental enrichment are buffering how the brain is going to respond to future stressors," Lehmann says.
If the ACCC now rates the effects test as a second-order issue, a political distraction from the take-advantage limb, it would help if it explicitly said so. The policy debate could then shift to the take-advantage limb. Another former ACCC chairman, Graeme Samuel, opposes the removal of the take-advantage limb. Sims strongly supports its removal. This is a worthy debate. The guiding principle should be that competition is good and more competition is better. For anyone wanting to participate in that debate, here's a piece of gratuitous advice from a former MP: conduct it without seeking to anticipate which way the cabinet and Senate might jump and leave the politics to the politicians.
Influenza can be associated with various neurologic and behavioral symptoms (including hallucinations, delirium, abnormal behavior), with fatal outcomes in some cases; such events may occur with encephalitis or encephalopathy but can occur without obvious severe disease. There are postmarketing reports (mostly in Japan) of delirium and abnormal behavior leading to injury, with fatal outcomes in some cases, in influenza patients using this drug. Although frequency is unknown, based on usage, these events appear uncommon. These events were primarily reported in pediatric patients, often with abrupt onset and rapid resolution. The contribution of this drug to such events has not been established.
Side effects with similar or higher incidence among placebo patients included insomnia. [ Ref ]