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Genetics and concussion – why a minor knock can be devastating for some people

PsyPost 03 Oct 2023
Traumatic brain injury ... Research has also shown 35% of patients with mutations in a second hemiplegic migraine ion channel gene, ATP1A2 – which is linked to hemiplegic migraine, ataxia, epilepsy and other seizures and controls brain sodium and potassium levels, report concussion symptoms following mild head trauma.

Safer and more Effective Brain Interfaces: First in Human Brain Recordings Achieved by Neurosoft Bioelectronics

The Eagle-Tribune 03 Oct 2023
Nitin Tandon, a clinical study conducted at Memorial Hermann in Houston has marked the inaugural testing of Neurosoft Bioelectronics’ subdural brain interface as it was used for recording the human brain in the context of an epilepsy resective surgery ... the surface of the brain.

Banana Spiders

The Daily Mail 03 Oct 2023
Researchers at City of Hope Medical Center in California have tested the effects of scorpion venom on glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), a type of brain cancer with a survival rate of less than 10 percent ... The scorpion's venom contains chlorotoxin (CLTX), which researchers found was ...

China science, technology news summary -- Oct. 3 03 Oct 2023
These pulsars are very special in that they only occasionally radiate a pulse in many rotation periods, so that they are known as rotating radio transient sources (RRATs), said the study, which was published on Monday in the journal Astronomy and Astrophysics Research. RISK OF BRAIN DISORDERS.

MindMed to Present Data on the Preclinical Activity of MM-402 at the 36th Annual European ...

The Galveston Daily News 03 Oct 2023
“ We are pleased to share the research of our talented scientists to build on our study of novel and promising therapies for brain health disorders ... MindMed is a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company developing novel product candidates to treat brain health disorders.

Parkinson's Foundation NJ Moving Day will raise money for research, treatment this weekend 03 Oct 2023
This event is one among 28 happening nationwide this fall in an effort to fund research, enhance patient care, and develop educational programs for those affected by Parkinson's disease, a brain disorder that causes unintended movements, stiffness and difficulty with balance, according to the National Institutes of Health.

Cassava Sciences Completes Patient Enrollment for Pivotal Phase 3 Clinical Trial of Oral Simufilam in Alzheimer’s Disease

Pharmiweb 03 Oct 2023
This investigational drug binds to altered filamin A protein in the brain and restores its normal shape and function ... It merits the development of drug innovations that aim to go beyond removing amyloid from the brain ... and function of altered filamin A (FLNA) protein in the brain.

Road hazard: Evidence mounts on toxic pollution from tires

GreenBiz 03 Oct 2023
For two decades, researchers worked to solve a mystery in West Coast streams ... The salmon died, and the researchers then began testing the hundreds of chemicals that had leached into the water ... One critical area of research is how long tire waste, and its breakdown products, persist in the environment.

Three kinds of play toddlers need every day

Auburnpub dot com 03 Oct 2023
I remember a sign in my library as a child that said, "Reading is feeding," with an image of a happy brain munching on books! The idea that books feed the brain is a solid, well-researched fact for developing toddlers.

Kids uniquely connect to learning at new project-based high school

The Gazette Cedar Rapids 03 Oct 2023
27 ... (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette) ... 27 ... (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette) ... It’s all these ups and downs,” DeVore said ... 27 ... She’s already working on a project this year — creating a podcast about how human brains react to horror. Creating the six episodes incorporates the skills of reading comprehension, research, public speaking and meets some science standards ... .

History of Nazism in Ukraine: 1944-1963

GlobalResearch 03 Oct 2023
To receive Global Research’s Daily Newsletter (selected articles), click here ... Feel free to repost and share widely Global Research articles ... However I will attempt a recap along with a couple of new details discovered in my many months of research since last year ... Stetsko was the brains behind Bandera, according to researcher Moss Robeson.

AI breakthrough for treatment-resistant depression

Metro UK 02 Oct 2023
In a major breakthrough, researchers have used artificial intelligence (AI) to identify brain signals associated with recovering from depression ... In a study of 10 patients with treatment-resistant depression who underwent DBS therapy for six months, researchers used AI to analyse brain activity data during treatment.

Psychedelics plus psychotherapy can trigger rapid changes in the brain − new research at the ...

Maryville Daily Forum 02 Oct 2023
Learning new skills correlates with changes in the brain, as evidenced by neuroscience research with animals and functional brain scans in people ... https.//

Psychedelics plus psychotherapy can trigger rapid changes in the brain

Ars Technica 02 Oct 2023
/ New research hints at how psychedelics can trigger rapid, lasting change ... Learning new skills correlates with changes in the brain, as evidenced by neuroscience research with animals and functional brain scans in people.

The new rules of dating after 50: Less pressure and more picky

Detroit news 02 Oct 2023
But falling in love as an older person involves the same group of neurons in our brain as it does in younger adults, researchers say ... at any age activates similar brain regions ... In one 2007 study, Fisher and her co-researchers scanned the brains of 17 people in their 50s and 60s.

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