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Lewy body dementia – signs, symptoms and treatment

AOL 19 Apr 2024
Pathological data collected from Brains for Dementia Research suggest it’s the second most common form of dementia – accounting for  up to 20 per cent of all dementia cases – but clinical diagnosis rates are much lower at 5 per cent.
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Central Greene School District receives national recognition

Herald-Standard 19 Apr 2024
After two years of music education, researchers found that participants showed more substantial improvements in how the brain processes speech and reading scores than their less-involved peers and ...
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''This is my life': Self-described sovereign citizen, charged with murder, testifies

Ocala Star Banner 19 Apr 2024
The 37-year-old woman testified about numerous topics during her more than three hours on the stand ... She said she was using Hallett's computer, doing research, and heard a "frequency sound." Its origins, she said, was unknown, but it "hurt my brain.".
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How scientists detected differences in the brains of men and women for the first time

The Irish Times 18 Apr 2024
A research ... The Stanford researchers created a deep neural network model and trained it to classify brain imaging fMRI data by showing it very many brain scans, each pre-identified as male or female.
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Researchers train a bank of AI models to identify memory formation signals in the brain

Phys Dot Org 18 Apr 2024
As the group's research outlines, the study of brain oscillations has brought new understanding of brain function ... The researchers set out to gain a better understanding of patterns of brain activity ...
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Your brain can reveal if you’re rightwing – plus three other things it tells us ...

PsyPost 18 Apr 2024
The approach is called neuropolitics and uses brain science to understand our politics ... Back then the study of the brain was a utopian strain of research, but things have changed ... When we think, the brain needs oxygen ... That was the leftwing brain.
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Researchers identify 45 distinct brain connectivity alterations linked to anorexia nervosa

PsyPost 18 Apr 2024
... maintenance of anorexia nervosa, leading to the development of treatments such as pharmacotherapy, psychotherapy and neuromodulation that target these brain dysfunctions,” the researcher said.
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Brain Cancer Market Size in the 7MM is anticipated to grow by 2032 | DelveInsight

GetNews 18 Apr 2024
Scope of the Brain Cancer Market Research Report Coverage- 7MM Brain Cancer Companies- Orbus Therapeutics, Kazia Therapeutics, Bayer, MedImmune, Immunomic Therapeutics, Kintara Therapeutics, Medicenna ...
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Family left heartbroken after loving mother, 49, and father, 50, die from brain tumours within seven...

The Daily Mail 18 Apr 2024
It is only since his death that Steve's nephew, Ben Brown, of Tiverton, discovered how underfunded brain tumour research is ... Lizzie Richard Ben Nick Brian Chris Andrew Simon Jack and Cash is fundraising for Brain Tumour Research.
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Hero mother left fighting for life when she pushed baby daughter

The Daily Mail 18 Apr 2024
Becky will be at the finishing line at the London Marathon with her children to cheer on her husband Dan Sharp who is running in the race in her honour while raising money for Brain Research UK ... Brain Research UK.
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When technology can read your brain waves, who owns your thoughts?

Popular Science 18 Apr 2024
Researchers have shown its possible to “decode” data from brain scans and translate it into written text ... Researchers have already shown they can use AI models to read the brain data of patients ...
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‘Shopaholic’ author Sophie Kinsella reveals brain cancer diagnosis

CNN 18 Apr 2024
... treatment for brain cancer ... Glioblastomas are a fast-growing type of brain tumor and the most common type of cancerous (malignant) brain tumor in adults, according to charity Cancer Research UK.
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Heightened cognitive ability in adolescence linked to lower dementia risk decades later

PsyPost 18 Apr 2024
It is typically caused by damage to or loss of nerve cells and their connections in the brain, which can affect behavior, feelings, and relationships ... Research indicates an inverse relationship between ...
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