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Childhood exercise could maintain, promote cognitive function later: Study

Hindustan Times 19 Jun 2021
An international research group has illuminated the changes in the brain's neural network and cortex structure that underlie the positive association between childhood exercise and the maintenance and promotion of cognitive function in later life ... This research study investigated ...
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Childhood exercise maintains cognitive function in life

Beijing News 19 Jun 2021
An international research group has illuminated the changes in the brain's neural network and cortex structure that underlie the positive association between childhood exercise and the maintenance and promotion of cognitive function in later life ... This research study investigated ...
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COVID-19 survivors may have loss of brain tissue

Gulf News 19 Jun 2021
Among the COVID-19 survivors, researchers saw "significant" loss of gray matter in regions of the brain related to smell and taste - the left parahippocampal gyrus, left orbitofrontal cortex and left insula. Some of the affected brain regions are also involved ...
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Coronavirus latest news: Study finds Covid may lead to loss of brain tissue

The Daily Telegraph 19 Jun 2021
Among them, researchers saw "significant" loss of grey matter in regions of the brain related to smell and taste - the left parahippocampal gyrus, left orbitofrontal cortex and left insula. Some of the affected brain regions are also involved in the memory of experiences ...
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The Covid criminals bioengineered the COVID-19 bioweapon to cause loss of brain tissue leading to a loss of smell and taste

Tap News 19 Jun 2021
Brain Tissue Loss Cited in COVID-19 Patients ... COVID-19 could cause long-term loss of brain tissue, according to a study that examined brain imaging before and after a coronavirus infection ... Although expressing confidence in the study’s results, researchers stopped short of connecting coronavirus to the loss of brain tissue.
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COVID-19 may cause loss of brain tissue; Delta variant fuels steep infection rise in England

Reuters 19 Jun 2021
Among the COVID-19 survivors, researchers saw "significant" loss of gray matter in regions of the brain related to smell and taste - the left parahippocampal gyrus, left orbitofrontal cortex and left insula. Some of the affected brain regions are also involved in the ...
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How childhood exercise could maintain and promote cognitive function in later life

Democratic Underground 19 Jun 2021
However, no such relationship was found between task performance and post-childhood exercise -- suggesting that exercise during childhood is particularly important for brain development and long-term cognitive health ... The researchers showed that people who are ...
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The US marks a vaccine milestone, but one expert warns that the coronavirus Delta variant ...

Henry Herald 19 Jun 2021
Covid-19's potential effects on the brain ... The researchers, who are from the University of Oxford and the Imperial College, compared brain scans of 782 people who have been volunteering as part of a larger study and who had MRIs three years apart -- before and after the pandemic.
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Alzheimer’s drug aducanumab ‘could help to eliminate the disease’

The Times/The Sunday Times 19 Jun 2021
... from the brain and appears to modestly slow cognitive decline, is a sign that after many false starts research is now on the right track.Sponsored.
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The Health Benefits of Coffee

The Scranton Times-Tribune 19 Jun 2021
Perhaps most dramatic was a 50% reduction in the risk of suicide among both men and women who were moderate coffee drinkers, perhaps by boosting production of brain chemicals that have antidepressant effects ... Caffeine locks into the same receptor in the brain as the neurotransmitter adenosine, a natural sedative.
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Finding Balance With CBD

LA Weekly 19 Jun 2021
This article was originally published on Blue Ribbon Hemp ... The Endocannabinoid System ... CBD won’t get you high, but it could impact the body and the brain through the endocannabinoid system to help maintain homeostasis. Based on research and anecdotal evidence, CBD’s direct interaction with receptors within this system may be able to help with ... Gov ... .
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Traumatic Brain Injury Therapeutics Market Development, Outline, Competitive perspective, and Forecast, 2021 to 2027

The Sentinel Newspaper 18 Jun 2021
“ Traumatic Brain Injury Therapeutics Market ... Our unique blend of primary and secondary research techniques helped us to recognize hidden business opportunities available in the global Traumatic Brain Injury Therapeutics market, besides collecting significant insights of market participants and obtaining precise market data.
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Covid leading to loss of grey matter, hits cognition: Study

Hindustan Times 18 Jun 2021
Covid-19, even if mild or moderate, is possibly leaving people with significant impact on their brains, according to a study involving pre- and post-infection brain scans involving close to 800 people in a study carried out in the UK ... The researchers used the scans of these people from before their infection and carried out new scans afterwards.
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Simple urine test might be helpful in early brain tumor detection

DNA India 18 Jun 2021
The findings of a recent study by Nagoya University researchers suggest that microRNAs in urine could be a promising biomarker to diagnose brain tumors ... Early diagnosis of brain tumors is ... Nagoya University researchers focused on microRNAs in urine as a biomarker of brain tumors.

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