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Even simple motions make ripples across the brain, study finds

Technology Org 30 Jan 2023
Even a simple movement like pushing a button sends ripples of activity throughout spanning across the brain, new University of Oregon research shows ... Swann and her team are studying human brain networks thanks to a collaboration with Oregon Health & Science University doctors and researchers.
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COVID during pregnancy linked to placental damage and fetal haemorrhages

New Atlas 30 Jan 2023
"… the majority [of the haemorrhages detected] were between 12 and 14 pcw, a critical window of human fetal brain development when the endothelial tight junctions increase to form the blood brain barrier," the researchers write ... Using MRI imaging and behavioral assessments the researchers will look at brain development up to four years of age.
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Evidence is mounting that Covid-19 is bad for the brain

Business Day 30 Jan 2023
The possibility that a Covid-19 infection could damage your brain is terrifying ... brain fog, memory ... And researchers have found changes in the brain after even mild cases of the virus.
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Adult brain contains millions of silent synapses: Study

Deccan Herald 30 Jan 2023
... these silent synapses may help to explain how the adult brain is able to continually form new memories and learn new things without having to modify existing conventional synapses, the researchers said.
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The racist history behind using biology in criminology

Popular Science 30 Jan 2023
In October 2021, the National Institute of Justice, the research arm of the U.S ... Researchers in the field have scanned the brains of people convicted of murder and scoured the genomes of teenagers who belong to gangs ... Today, some of the nation’s top-ranked criminology programs are thriving hubs of biosocial research.
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Gum infection may risk heart arrhythmia: Research

Hindustan Times 30 Jan 2023
Hiroshima University researchers have discovered that it may be linked to far more serious disorders elsewhere in the body -- the heart ... Cardiovascular illness linked to poor brain health in middle age. Research ... researchers have not found that one definitively leads to the other.
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Cognitive Assessment and Training Global Market Report 2023: Robust Growth Opportunities Identified in Education Sector ...

Eagle-Tribune 30 Jan 2023
... Clinical Trial ProgramsBrain Research Programs Empowered by Cognitive TechnologyCognitive Technology Steers Brain Training ProjectsHealthcare Practitioners Leverage Cognitive Testing to Assess Cognitive HealthEmphasis on Identifying and Restricting Age-Related CNS Disorders.
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North America Brain Monitoring Market Size Analysis, Competitive Landscape, Revenue Status, Future Opportunities, And Demand 2023-2033

MENA FN 30 Jan 2023
(MENAFN - America News Hour) CRIFAX added a report on 'North America Brain Monitoring Market Analysis Report, 2023-2033' to its database of market research collaterals consisting of overall ... .
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AI makes MRIs 4 times faster, NYU and Meta researchers find

Washington Square News 30 Jan 2023
Meta’s AI researchers worked with Langone for two years to produce the study — which focused on knee scans — and plan to continue their research into how AI technology can improve MRIs for other parts of the body, including the brain ... We want to facilitate research in this area.” ... AI makes MRIs 4 times faster, NYU and Meta researchers find.
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Washington Legislature considers a bill that would prevent pre-employment cannabis testing

The Spokesman-Review 30 Jan 2023
A bill sponsored by Sen ... “We really need to open our doors and not close them ... Sen ... While there is no widely known test for cannabis impairment, researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital have been studying a noninvasive brain imaging procedure that could indicate THC impairment, according to a press release from last year ... .
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Game on

Dawn 30 Jan 2023
It belongs to the world ... It wasn’t until 1974, when economics professor Ralph Ansback was sued for copyright infringement by Parker Brothers for creating an ‘opposite’ version of the game titled Anti-monopoly, that the truth came out when Ansbach’s research proved that Magie, and not Parker Brothers, was the brain behind the game. He won the case ... .
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Brain injury diagnosis may hurt women�e(TM)s chances in parenting disputes

Castanet 29 Jan 2023
Paul van Donkelaar, a professor in the Faculty of Health and Social Development, oversaw the research conducted as part of UBC’s Supporting Survivors of Abuse and Brain Injury Through Research (SOAR) project. Researchers explored the ethics of how a woman with a brain ...
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Brain injury diagnosis may hurt women�e(TM)s chances in parenting disputes (Kelowna)

Castanet 29 Jan 2023
Paul van Donkelaar, a professor in the Faculty of Health and Social Development, oversaw the research conducted as part of UBC’s Supporting Survivors of Abuse and Brain Injury Through Research (SOAR) project. Researchers explored the ethics of how a woman with a brain ...
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Cardiovascular disease linked to worse brain health in middle age: Research

Beijing News 29 Jan 2023
After adjusting for cardiovascular risk factors such as diabetes and high blood pressure, researchers found that early cardiovascular disease was associated with more white matter hyperintensities in the brain as well as higher white matter mean diffusivity, which indicates a decrease in brain tissue integrity.
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Cardiovascular illness linked to poor brain health in middle age: Research

Hindustan Times 29 Jan 2023
After adjusting for cardiovascular risk factors such as diabetes and high blood pressure, researchers found that early cardiovascular disease was associated with more white matter hyperintensities in the brain as well as higher white matter mean diffusivity, which indicates a decrease in brain tissue integrity.

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