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2015/03/23 14:06
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PHILADELPHIA – Researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania describe the first set of genes important in learning in a zebrafish model in the journal Neuron this...
2015/03/23 14:06
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2015/03/21 01:42
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The DoD-funded study, "Olfactory impairment and traumatic brain injury in blast-injured combat troops: a cohort study," led by Air Force Colonel (Dr.) Michael Xydakis, associate professor of Surgery...
2015/03/20 14:08
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Today at the 93rd General Session and Exhibition of the International Association for Dental Research, researcher Olivier Duverger, National Institutes of Health-National Institute of Neurological...
2015/03/20 09:08
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When cancer strikes, it may be possible for patients to fight back with their own defenses, using a strategy known as immunotherapy. According to a new study published in Nature, researchers have...
2015/03/16 16:14
2015/03/16 16:14
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Imagine sitting down and getting ready to relax after a hard day’s work only to be overwhelmed by a sensation to move your legs. The part of your body that had been beckoning for rest is the very...
2015/03/16 02:49
2015/03/16 02:49
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People who drink four to six cups of coffee daily may be less likely to get multiple sclerosis, according to an international research. "Caffeine intake has been associated with a reduced risk of...
2015/03/14 21:04
2015/03/14 21:04
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Intense stress and depression almost doubles death risk for heart patients Short-term risk of death or heart attack increased 48% for older heart patient in the high stress-high depressive...
2015/03/12 10:55
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A new study suggests targeting long genes could be a new treatment avenue for the devastating childhood disorder Rett Syndrome. The authors found that lack of the MeCP2 protein that is the hallmark of...
2015/03/12 06:08
2015/03/12 06:08
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Mutations in the presenilin-1 gene are the most common cause of inherited, early-onset forms of Alzheimer's disease. In a new study, published in Neuron, scientists replaced the normal mouse...
2015/03/09 21:26
2015/03/09 21:26
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Cows in England suspected of having mad cow disease in 1996. The illness was traced to particular proteins that gummed up brain tissue because they didn't fold properly. Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and...
2015/03/09 16:14
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What started as a sporadic tingling in the thumb has now progressed to an undeniable numbness that disrupts sleep, signaling a real health problem. This discomfort and sometimes pain is what will...
2015/03/04 12:08
2015/03/04 12:08
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Everyone worries about losing their memory as they grow older—memory loss remains one of the most common complaints of the elderly. But the molecular reasons behind the processes remain unclear,...
2015/03/04 09:26
2015/03/04 09:26
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Spider venom could lead to better painkillers, University of Queensland researchers find Seven compounds found in spider venom could inspire a new class of painkillers with fewer side effects than...
2015/03/03 19:08
2015/03/03 19:08
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Lights, sound, action: we are constantly learning how to incorporate outside sensations into our reactions in specific situations. In a new study, brain scientists have mapped changes in communication...
2015/03/02 22:38
2015/03/02 22:38
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People who drink four to six cups of coffee daily may be less likely to get multiple sclerosis, according to new international research. “Caffeine intake has been associated with a reduced risk of...
2015/03/23 14:06
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