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Newborns analyze the emotional content of their surroundings only at a very basic level

1 hour ago   |   News Medical   |   2 articles

Humans aren't born with mature brain circuitry that attaches emotions to the things they see or hear in their environment, a new study shows.
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Study: Impact of earlier diagnosis in focal epilepsy goes beyond timely treatment

2 hours ago   |   News Medical   |   2 articles

Having subtler symptoms, a form of epilepsy that affects only one part of the brain often goes undiagnosed long enough to cause unexpected seizures that contribute to car...
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New model of human brain networks sheds light on how the brain functions

3 hours ago   |   News Medical   |   2 articles

A team of Indiana University neuroscientists has built a new model of human brain networks that sheds light on how the brain functions.
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Researchers provides new evidence that fear and anxiety reflect overlapping brain circuits

6 hours ago   |   News Medical

Anxiety, the most common family of mental illnesses in the U.S., has been pushed to epic new heights by the COVID-19 pandemic, with the Centers for Disease Control and...
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Trend analysis in Japan reveals Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease may not be so rare anymore

7 hours ago   |   News Medical

Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease is a debilitating disorder that causes rapid degeneration of the brain as well as progressing dementia.
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New method makes the superficial white matter visible in the living human brain

7 hours ago   |   News Medical

Traditionally, neuroscience regards the brain as being made up of two basic tissue types. Billions of neurons make up the grey matter, forming a thin layer on the brain's surface.
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Greater social engagement related to better microstructural integrity of the brain in older adults

9 hours ago   |   News Medical

Older people who report greater levels of social engagement have more robust gray matter in regions of the brain relevant in dementia, according to new research led by...
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Fear and anxiety share same bases in brain

11 hours ago   |   ScienceDaily

A recent report provides new evidence that fear and anxiety reflect overlapping brain circuits. The findings run counter to popular scientific accounts, highlighting the need...
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What lies between grey and white in the brain

16 hours ago   |   ScienceDaily

A multidisciplinary team has succeeded in making the superficial white matter visible in the living human brain.
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Woman suffers brain injury from coronavirus cotton swab test

Woman suffers brain injury from coronavirus cotton swab test

16 hours ago   |   Natural News

The cotton swab used for Wuhan coronavirus testing may seem innocuous, but this extended Q-tip-like device can actually cause serious injury when not used properly. Published...
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Fracture Risk Testing Tumbles During COVID Pandemic

Fracture Risk Testing Tumbles During COVID Pandemic

Prior to World Osteoporosis Day, a new study finds that the COVID-19 pandemic, which has severely affected the management of non-communicable diseases, is markedly impacting... Read more ...

New Device can Identify Cancer Biomarker Like Blood Sugar

New Device can Identify Cancer Biomarker Like Blood Sugar

Canadian researchers has created a prototype for a hand-held device to measure a biomarker for cancer like a blood sugar monitor, paving the way for home-based cancer monitoring. Read more ...

Car Accidents Common With Undetected Epilepsy

Car Accidents Common With Undetected Epilepsy

Focal epilepsy patients with hard-to-detect, subtle seizures experienced long delays to diagnoses and treatment, and those delays were tied to a high occurrence of motor... Read more ...

Mouthwashes, Oral Rinses may Help Curb COVID-19

Mouthwashes, Oral Rinses may Help Curb COVID-19

Certain types of mouthwashes and nasal and oral antiseptic rinses have been found to potentially 'inactivate' novel coronaviruses that have a structure similar to the... Read more ...

Antifa violently attacks conservatives during protest against Big Tech...

Antifa violently attacks conservatives during protest against Big Tech censorship

A rally against online censorship that took place in San Francisco over the weekend quickly went south the moment that Antifa counterprotesters showed up and started violently... Read more ...

Auto-brewery syndrome - when gut bacteria produce too much alcohol - may...

Auto-brewery syndrome - when gut bacteria produce too much alcohol - may cause fatty liver disease

Some microorganisms can raise a person's blood alcohol to dangerously high levels, even if he hasn't touched a drop of alcohol his whole life. In a study published in the... Read more ...

Compound in honey bee venom found to destroy cancer cells within 60 minutes

Compound in honey bee venom found to destroy cancer cells within 60 minutes

Honey bees are known for producing honey, one of the most useful edible natural products in the world. Honey bees also play a crucial role in maintaining the health of natural... Read more ...

Food Safety Summit attendees get detail on sectors' COVID-19 response

Food Safety Summit attendees get detail on sectors' COVID-19 response

ROSEMONT, IL - The opening session today of the virtual Food Safety Summit covered what a range of sectors did in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Epidemiology, regulatory... Read more ...

This Woman Casually Ran a 5:25-Minute Mile at 9 Months Pregnant, and We're...

This Woman Casually Ran a 5:25-Minute Mile at 9 Months Pregnant, and We're In Awe Right Now

Mikemyler Someone find whether this is a world record pregnant zoomies track mile champion ♬ original sound - Mike Myler Anyone who runs a 5:25 mile has my immediate... Read more ...

Novel nutritional supplement boosts cognitive performance in Air Force Airmen

Novel nutritional supplement boosts cognitive performance in Air Force Airmen

A novel nutritional supplement combined with high-intensity exercise may boost working memory, reaction time, and processing efficiency for Air Force Airmen more than exercise... Read more ...