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Can Hearing Aids Help Prevent Dementia?

1 hour ago   |   NY Times

Research suggests that paying more attention to the “invisible disability” of hearing loss might improve our brains.
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Stalked by the Fear That Dementia Is Stalking You

1 hour ago   |   NY Times

Testing for Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia is hardly foolproof, and could even backfire.
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Improving our understanding of rare neonatal diseases: Neonatal arteriovenous brain malformations with cardiac failure

2 hours ago   |   The Journal of Pediatrics

In the past decade, multidisciplinary centers for fetal medicine have multiplied; these include not only maternal fetal medicine specialists and neonatologists but also...
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An In Vivo Assessment of Regional Brain Temperature during Whole-Body Cooling for Neonatal Encephalopathy

2 hours ago   |   The Journal of Pediatrics

To assess differences in regional brain temperatures during whole-body hypothermia and test the hypothesis that brain temperature profile is nonhomogenous in infants with...
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The Many Benefits of Meditation

5 hours ago   |   Mercola

There is growing evidence to show that meditation can make you healthier and happier. For example, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy is sometimes used to treat depression...
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An enriched environment helps heal young, injured brains

7 hours ago   |   News Medical

An enriched environment-with increased opportunities for physical activity, socialization and exploring novel stimuli-helped lessen functional, anatomical and cellular deficits...
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Time of day influences brain's global signal fluctuation

9 hours ago   |   News Medical

As the day progresses, the strength of the brain's global signal fluctuation shows an unexpected decrease, according to a study published on February 18 in the open-access...
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Does our brain have an internal hunger switch? Researchers identify neurons that could "turn off" appetite

Does our brain have an internal hunger switch? Researchers identify neurons that could "turn off" appetite

9 hours ago   |   Natural News

Eating is a basic activity performed by all living organisms. Yet there is still much to learn about it, especially how and why eating becomes disordered. The National Eating...
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Exploring how brain inflammation after stroke can be shaped to support recovery

9 hours ago   |   News Medical

University of Kentucky College of Medicine researcher Ann Stowe describes her career path as nontraditional. After earning a bachelor's degree in fine arts, Stowe decided to...
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Scientists develop novel method for detecting blood vessels inside tumors

12 hours ago   |   News Medical

During neuroendoscopic surgery of, for example, brain tumors, the characteristics of the operating space, usually narrower than that of other endoscopic surgery, are determined...
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Research Interest in Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellows

Research Interest in Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellows

Objective Factors predictive of research career interest among pediatric emergency medicine fellows are not known. We sought to determine the prevalence and determinants of... Read more ...

Shocking new study says coronavirus infections double every 2.4 days

Shocking new study says coronavirus infections double every 2.4 days

If you're wondering just how quickly the Wuhan coronavirus is actually spreading these days, look no further than a new study published in the journal medRxiv that estimates... Read more ...

RIPPLE EFFECT: Huge disruptions in pharmaceutical supplies reported in INDIA...

RIPPLE EFFECT: Huge disruptions in pharmaceutical supplies reported in INDIA after Wuhan coronavirus disrupts production in China

As we've been reporting now for several weeks, the spreading Wuhan coronavirus is much worse than the Chinese government has said. There are thousands more infections... Read more ...

Babies 'face birth defect risk if their mothers take penicillin alternatives...

Babies 'face birth defect risk if their mothers take penicillin alternatives during pregnancy'

Research by University College London said that the risk of heart, brain or genital defects was 55 per cent higher among babies whose mothers took macrolide antibiotics during... Read more ...

Coronavirus vaccine could be available 'within months', claims Oxford...

Coronavirus vaccine could be available 'within months', claims Oxford University scientist

Professor Sarah Gilbert is working to develop a vaccine at the Jenner Institute at Oxford University. An initial 1,000 doses will soon be made in Italy for clinical trials. Read more ...

Common Plastics Chemicals Linked to Autism Traits in Young Boys

Common Plastics Chemicals Linked to Autism Traits in Young Boys

The study didn't identify a heightened risk for autism per se among boys, but rather a "small" increase in the chance for developing certain autism-related traits by age 3 or 4. Read more ...

Mediterranean diet promotes gut bacteria linked to 'healthy aging' in older...

Mediterranean diet promotes gut bacteria linked to 'healthy aging' in older people: Study

Diets high in vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, legumes and olive oil may impact gut bacteria by increasing bacteria diversity and curbing the advance of physical... Read more ...

Poop-eating lab mice affect probiotic research outcomes, says study

Poop-eating lab mice affect probiotic research outcomes, says study

Researchers have studied a key difference between the microbiome of lab mice and humans caused by rodents' tendency to eat their own faeces, which they say could have... Read more ...

Baby from an Immature Egg

Baby from an Immature Egg

Fertility doctors have announced the birth of the first baby to be born to a cancer patient from an immature egg that was matured in the laboratory, frozen, then thawed and... Read more ...

Coronavirus conspiracy: Communist China could weaponize supply lines...

Coronavirus conspiracy: Communist China could weaponize supply lines, creating "global chokehold"

Now that it has been revealed that the United States has an almost total dependency on China for pharmaceuticals, experts are warning that the communist country can basically... Read more ...