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Excitatory neurons and oestrogen may be the brain food we all need

Excitatory neurons and oestrogen may be the brain food we all need

According to researchers from the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, USA, Excitatory neurons and oestrogen in the brain is important to making...
Neuroimaging techniques and dissociative identity disorder treatment

Neuroimaging techniques and dissociative identity disorder treatment

Neuroimaging techniques can distinguish between healthy brains and those with multiple personality disorder - could this lead to dissociative identity disorder treatment? Machine-learning and neuroimaging...
Memory retention: Drawing is better for the brain than writing

Memory retention: Drawing is better for the brain than writing

According to the University of Waterloo, Canada, older adults who take up drawing could enhance their level of memory retention. As people grow older it...

Reducing the traumatic brain injury burden

Traumatic brain injury is a growing global health problem with great unmet needs, which has been substantially underfunded compared to other neurological diseases. Globally, traumatic...

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