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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...
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...
Funding to better understand craniopagus conjoined children

Funding to better understand craniopagus conjoined children

Charity, Gemini Untwined, has been launched to fund treatment and further our understanding of craniopagus conjoined children around the world. The surgeons behind the life-changing...
Progressive muscle relaxation: can a smartphone app help relax migraines?

Progressive muscle relaxation: can a smartphone app help relax migraines?

According to NYU School of Medicine, migraine sufferers who used a smartphone-based progressive muscle relaxation technique at least twice a week experienced fewer headache...
Examining ethical issues surrounding wearable brain devices marketed to consumers

Examining ethical issues surrounding wearable brain devices marketed to consumers

Wearable brain devices are now being marketed directly to consumers and often claim to confer benefits like boosting memory and modulating symptoms of depression...
The visual cortex: Is there a brain region for Pokémon characters?

The visual cortex: Is there a brain region for Pokémon characters?

Did your childhood hood involve countless hours spent capturing, training & battling Pokémon? Well, there now may be a link between our visual cortex...
Could quantum sensors lead to a new generation of MRI scanners?

Could quantum sensors lead to a new generation of MRI scanners?

Researchers have detected magnetic fields with extreme sensitivity by combining machine learning with quantum sensors – Meaning a new wave of MRI scanners may...
Circulation and cellular activity restored in a pig's brain hours after death

Circulation and cellular activity restored in a pig’s brain hours after death

Yale scientists have challenged long-held assumptions about the timing & irreversible nature of the cessation of brain functions after death, by restoring cellular activity...
The Innovative Medicines Initiative: tackling neurodegenerative diseases

The Innovative Medicines Initiative: tackling neurodegenerative diseases

The Innovative Medicines Initiative launches a public-private coordination and support action to develop an operational platform for its projects battling neurodegenerative diseases. Madrid, Spain, 21...
Did you know one of curcumin benefits includes preventing Alzheimer’s?

Did you know one of curcumin benefits includes preventing Alzheimer’s?

Researchers at Warwick University believe preventing Alzheimer’s may come sooner than you think - with preliminary studies showing positive results of curcumin benefits. The natural...
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...
Music enhancing creativity: fact or fiction?

Music enhancing creativity: fact or fiction?

Psychologists from the University of Central Lancashire, Lancaster University, UK and University of Gävle, Sweden are challenging the idea of music enhancing creativity. The popular...

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