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Can robotic exoskeletons offer grip strength to those with spinal cord injury?

Can robotic exoskeletons offer grip strength to those with spinal cord injury?

Imagine a day your grip strength deteriorates due to a spinal cord injury, and you lose the ability to hold and release objects. Now...
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Can the ‘hug hormone’ help those with social difficulties?

Research out of Kings College London has revealed that oxytocin could be used to help people overcome social difficulties. Published in Nature Communications, the study is...
Autism syndrome person and Autistic social developmental education disorder puzzle children symbol as a child special learning icon as jigsaw pieces coming together to form a young student head in a 3D illustration.

Can we predict autism spectrum disorder years before symptoms appear?

New research study will analyse blood, collected from newborns, for over 1000 different molecules and chemicals which could reveal signs of autism spectrum disorder Researchers...
Cerebrospinal fluid smear containing brain-eating amoeba Naegleria fowleri and neutrophils

Single cell war-ganism: new compound could battle brain-eating amoebae

A new report reveals that researchers have found a new compound that shows promise in the laboratory as a treatment to brain-eating amoebae Brain-eating amoebae...
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Functional neurological disorders associated with early life trauma

A new study finds that people with FND who experienced childhood abuse show differences in connections between certain regions of the brain In a new...
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Children with type 1 diabetes display irregular brain function

Study reveals that the default mode network in children with Type 1 diabetes does not switch off when focusing on a task A study led...
new drug set to benefit children with cerebral palsy

Cerebral palsy: first European drug approval in upper limb spasticity for a decade

Ipsen has announced the UK’s Medicine and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency approved Dysport® for the treatment of spasticity of upper limbs in children with...
Nerve pain drug could help restore limb function after spinal cord injury

Nerve pain drug could help restore limb function after spinal cord injury

A mouse study has shown that nerve pain drug gabapentin promotes regeneration of neural circuits. New research in mice suggests that long-term treatment with gabapentin,...
Did you know about the changes in brain structure in long-duration space missions?

Did you know about the changes in brain structure in long-duration space missions?

For the first time, a new study shows that changes in cognitive performance correlates with changes in brain structure in NASA astronauts following spaceflight. Published...
The world of silent strokes: a common phenomenon you didn’t know about

The world of silent strokes: a common phenomenon you didn’t know about

Canadian researchers have discovered that covert or silent strokes are common in seniors after they have elective, non-cardiac surgery and double their risk of...
How does a dementia protein become dysfunctional?

How does a dementia protein become dysfunctional?

University of Queensland researchers have used super-resolution microscopy to shed a light on how dementia protein can become dysfunctional. Using a super-resolution microscopy to observe...
The science behind traumatic brain injury and concussion

The science behind traumatic brain injury and concussion

While probing the origins of concussion, Stevens researchers identify which regions of the brain are more vulnerable to damage from a traumatic brain injury. If...

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