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Mindmore is transforming neurocognitive care with technology

Mindmore is transforming neurocognitive care with technology

Discover how Mindmore is making neurocognitive care and screening more efficient and more reliable. By digitising traditional paper and pencil-based tests, Mindmore's unique technology helps...
After thousands sign charity petition, first primary progressive multiple sclerosis drug available

After thousands sign charity petition, first primary progressive multiple sclerosis drug available

The first ever treatment for early primary progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) will be available on the NHS and has been branded a “landmark moment”...
Let’s talk cognitive evolution, tool development and social complexity

Let’s talk cognitive evolution, tool development and social complexity

Researchers have discovered proof that parallel development between cognitive evolution, tool development, and social complexity exists. A study analysed the selective attention processes that determine...
Brain Network Analytics System: Innovative solutions for brain-related disorders

Brain Network Analytics System: Innovative solutions for brain-related disorders

While many physicians can choose a variety of tools to assess brain-related disorders, they are lacking the ground-breaking Brain Network Analytics System. Dr Ziv Peremen,...
Foetal alcohol spectrum disorder: using AI for effective screening

Foetal alcohol spectrum disorder: using AI for effective screening

Scientists have developed a new tool that can quickly and affordably screen children for foetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) – could this lead to...
Which strategies are most likely to slow down Parkinson’s disease?

Which strategies are most likely to slow down Parkinson’s disease?

Experts explore which of the existing strategies to slow down or stop the processes of Parkinson’s disease are most likely to be successful over...
Challenges and opportunities for brain health

Challenges and opportunities for brain health

Ever wondered how the World Federation of Neurology is working to foster quality neurology and brain health worldwide? William M Carroll and Wolfgang Grisold, of...
Virtual reality behaviour: would you think and act differently too?

Virtual reality behaviour: would you think and act differently too?

Virtual reality (VR) can be extraordinarily life-like, but new UBC research explored the gap between real-life and virtual reality behaviour, with a key focus...
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Rare diseases in the Finnish landscape

Health Europa introduces the New Modalities Ecosystem, which will exploit Finnish expertise to deliver new treatments and technologies for rare diseases. The New Modalities Ecosystem...
Electroshock therapy and alterations in hippocampal structural connections

Electroshock therapy and alterations in hippocampal structural connections

According to the University of California, alterations in hippocampal structural connections differentiate responders of electroshock therapy in depression. A new study in people with major...
Barts Charity awarded £1.5 million (~€1.68) to brain tumour research

Barts Charity awarded £1.5 million (~€1.68) to brain tumour research

Brain tumour research is about to get a revival with £1.5m from Barts Charity, enabling researchers to extend successful lab-based research into clinical trials. A...
ADHD risk factors increase with prenatal valproate exposure

ADHD risk factors increase with prenatal valproate exposure

According to Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark, valproate exposure during pregnancy is associated with increasing ADHD risk factors among offspring. In a population-based study of 913,302...

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