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Pioneering test could increase early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s, say researchers

Belfast Telegraph 21 Sep 2021
Researchers at the University of Bath said the technique was highly effective at picking up small, subtle changes in brain waves which occur when a person remembers an image ... Lead researcher Dr George Stothart examines the results of brain scans (Nic Delves Broughton/University of Bath/PA).
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Flashing images test could speed up dementia diagnosis

Irish Independent 21 Sep 2021
A pioneering EEG test could speed up the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s by up to five years, say researchers ... Researchers at the University of Bath said the technique was highly effective at picking up small, subtle changes in brain waves which occur when a person remembers an image ... The research was funded by Alzheimer’s charity BRACE.
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SickKids announces $50M donation to support brain and mental health initiatives

North Shore News 21 Sep 2021
TORONTO — The foundation for the Toronto Hospital for Sick Children says a $50 million donation will further research and treatment in the field of pediatric brain and mental health ... for brain and mental health and community mental health.
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Bath University brain test could diagnose Alzheimer’s early

BBC News 21 Sep 2021
A pioneering brain wave test could dramatically increase early diagnosis of Alzheimer's, researchers suggest. Bath University scientists have created a two-minute test that can measure people's brain waves in response to a series of flashing images ... Lead researcher and ...
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Human whistled languages may offer model for how to study dolphin communication

Phys Dot Org 21 Sep 2021
This ability to extract meaning from whistled speech has attracted linguists and other researchers interested in investigating the intricacies of how the human brain processes and even creates language ... Julien Meyer, a linguist in the Gipsa Lab at the French national research center (CNRS), offered this example.
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Cleveland Clinic Trike & Bike returns to Brunswick Sept. 24 – live and in person

Cleveland 21 Sep 2021
The event is a fundraiser for pediatric cancer research for riders ages 3-12 and is designed as a fun introduction to the world of fundraising, fitness, and philanthropy ... She noted that he is “still here” by virtue of his brain being donated and live cancer cells harvested from it, which will be used for vital pediatric cancer research.
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Scientists develop the next generation of reservoir computing

Phys Dot Org 21 Sep 2021
A relatively new type of computing that mimics the way the human brain works was already transforming how scientists could tackle some of the most difficult information processing problems ... In fact, in one test of this next-generation reservoir computing, researchers solved a complex computing problem in less than a second on a desktop computer.
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Routine eye test led to woman's brain tumour discovery

BBC News 21 Sep 2021
A woman who was diagnosed with a brain tumour after a routine eye test has spoken about her ordeal in a bid to raise awareness ... Her experience has led her to work with charity Brain Tumour Research and wants to raise awareness to coincide National Eye Health Awareness Week.
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Magnetic Therapy Devices Market to Reap Excessive Revenues through 2021-2031; Introduction of New Micro Tesla Magnetic Field Therapy to Fuel Market Growth

Pharmiweb 21 Sep 2021
The research report presents a comprehensive assessment of the market and contains thoughtful insights, facts, historical data, and statistically supported and industry-validated market data ... Brain Implant Market– According to latest research by Fact.MR, brain implants market is observer stead growth during 2021-2031.
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New Data Highlights NeuroStar® Advanced Therapy for Mental Health Safety Over H-Coil TMS

Eagle-Tribune 21 Sep 2021
Survey results from over a half-million treatment sessions ” published in Brain Stimulation, the premier journal for publication of original research in the field of neuromodulation, electronically surveyed all of the approximately 500 members of the Clinical TMS Society (CTMSS) about seizures in their practice.
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FSD Pharma Announces Closing of Lucid Psycheceuticals Acquisition

The Marshall News Messenger 21 Sep 2021
In connection with the transaction, , B.Pharm.(Hons), Ph.D., Lucid’s co-founder, Senior scientist at Krembil Brain Institute, (“ UHN ”), and Professor of Medicinal Chemistry at the University of Toronto, has joined FSD Pharma as CEO of Lucid, which will be the Company’s wholly-owned subsidiary ... The brain is the ultimate frontier in health research.
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Alzheimer's disease: measuring brain waves could diagnose dementia early – new study

The Conversation 21 Sep 2021
The person being tested is fitted with an electroencephalography (EEG) cap to record their brain activity and shown a series of images of everyday objects on a computer screen ... Our research, published in the journal Brain, shows that people with Alzheimer’s disease show a significantly reduced memory response compared with healthy older adults.
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Motor neurone disease: Campaigners call for £50m research funding

BBC News 21 Sep 2021
It urges the government to inject £50m into targeted research over five years ... The government said it was working with the research community on ways to significantly boost further studies. The letter said the government's investment of less than £5m a year into MND research was "insufficient for a disease of this nature".
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HAVN Life Announces Distribution Deal with Horizon Grocery + Wellness

Eagle-Tribune 21 Sep 2021
The natural health product line has been thoughtfully formulated with adaptogens and antioxidants to support overall brain health, with natural compounds that are proven to support memory, focus, energy, and overall cognitive function ... Through its research division, HAVN Labs, the ...
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Human Whistling Languages Could Help Us Decode Dolphin Communication, Researchers Say

IFL Science 21 Sep 2021
Scientists have spent decades attempting to communicate with dolphins, and researchers believe they may have identified a suitable model for deciphering the cetaceans’ high-pitched calls ... Rather, they propose that “the way information is structured in whistled speech may inspire research on dolphin whistled communication.”.

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