A chemical stock company has a powerful side effect for your brain.
The chemicals, found in Dow Chemical stock, are also linked to schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, obesity and other psychiatric disorders.
The company is known for its products and its chemical composition, but the study, published in the journal Psychiatry Research, found that the chemical may have a stronger influence on a person’s brain than the individual has been told.
Researchers say the chemicals in Dow’s stock have been shown to affect the brains of rats, hamsters, dogs and other animals.
The researchers say that the company’s chemical stock may also be more addictive than it is safe for human consumption.
The study, led by Dr Jody Wainwright, a neuropsychopharmacologist at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, says the chemical compounds may lead to “mild cognitive impairments” in some people.
“Dow stock has been linked to a number of serious psychiatric conditions, including schizophrenia, psychosis, bipolar, obesity, anxiety and depression, as well as anxiety and PTSD,” the study says.
“We found that when these chemical compounds are present in Dow stock, it increases the risk for certain psychiatric disorders such as depression, anxiety, and PTSD.”
Dow is not the only company that has recently come under fire for potentially harmful chemicals.
The chemical maker Dow Chemicals has been accused of poisoning a woman in the UK with a toxic gas.
Dow has also been investigated for possible ties to Russia.
In the United States, the chemical maker ChemChina has been banned from buying American products after it was found to have contaminated water supplies.
But Dr Wainnington told MTV News that the effects of Dow Chemical stocks were similar to those of common antidepressants, including Prozac and Zoloft.
“The problem is that the symptoms we’re talking about are different, and the symptoms that we’re looking at are a combination of all the medications together, including the antidepressant medications,” she said.
“And the antidepressant drugs are known to be very effective in treating depression, so that’s a pretty strong evidence of causation.”
She said it was important to remember that drugs like Prozac, Zolft, and Paxil are known as “medicines that can be given to people on an outpatient basis, to try and get them off of a medication.”
“These are medications that have a very high risk of side effects, but in the same way that antidepressants have a low risk of being abused, but still have a high risk, so it’s not necessarily the case that the antidepressants are safer or the drug that’s safer,” she added.
Dr Wainwood said the research did not prove that Dow Chemical products caused the symptoms seen in the study.
“What we found is that if you’re exposed to chemicals that affect the brain, it can cause these effects,” she told MTV.
“We’re not suggesting that these are the cause of any of these symptoms, we’re not saying that Dow stock is dangerous, but it does have these effects that we can see.”
Dr Wainson said the findings did not mean that Dow chemicals caused the schizophrenia and bipolar disorders seen in their patients.
“It’s just not the case, and we know that antidepressants do have side effects and that drugs can have side-effects, so we’re just looking at these effects in isolation,” she explained.
“I think the biggest takeaway is that it’s important to keep your own research to yourself, and keep doing what you’re doing, it’s really not as scary as you might think.”
A spokeswoman for Dow said: “We are committed to our mission to make chemicals safer for people and the environment and have an extensive safety and health program in place to ensure the safety of all of our chemicals.”