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Prenatal, early-life influences on child brain development focus of new study

Technology Org 27 Nov 2021
The researchers will conduct structural and functional brain imaging studies using MRI and electroencephalogram (EEG) recordings; collect information about family histories; gather blood samples and other biological specimens; acquire data gathered by wearable biosensors; and ...
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Is Long Covid a new type of chronic fatigue syndrome?

RNZ 27 Nov 2021
Research in New Zealand into the post-viral condition known as Long Covid is now being carried out ... Tate was awarded funding from Brain Research New Zealand at the end of 2020, initially to compare the molecular signatures discovered in ME/CFS with those in Long Covid ... Research history.
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Study finds giving support to family and friends as important as receiving, boosts health

Beijing News 27 Nov 2021
According to new research, the willingness to give social support to your family and friends is as important as receiving assistance as it's good for your health. The study was published in the 'Brain, Behavior and Immunity Journal'. While researchers have long thought that ...
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For All Seasons welcomes six new board members

Longview News-Journal 27 Nov 2021
His innovative programs included a comprehensive research and treatment center for autism; a state-of-the-art rehabilitation and research facility for traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries; and a research center for advanced MRI brain imaging.
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Holiday conflict and winter blues? – There’s help

Lincoln Journal Star 27 Nov 2021
Combating the winter blues – According to the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation, the winter blues are very common, with many of us experiencing a mood shift during the colder, darker days of winter ... With SAD, the lack of sunlight causes the brain to work overtime producing ...
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Research seeks to identify exact moment neurodevelopmental disorders begin

Technology Org 26 Nov 2021
Wang, a researcher in the Department of Biomedical Sciences since 2015, has focused her research on brain development and regulation, with a particular interest in the roles of FMRP in developing auditory neurons. “My research all started with how the brain works — how the brain circuit is organized in order to have a specific function,” Wang said.
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Florida Tech Professor, Student Have Brain-Boosting Research Novel Featured in Journal for Kids

Space Coast Daily 26 Nov 2021
Psychology assistant professor Rick Addante and clinical psychology doctoral student Mairy Yousif, along with researchers from California State University, San Bernardino, looked at the brains boosting potential in the research paper, “Boosting Brain Waves Improves Memory.”.
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Treating mental illness with psychedelics

Open Access Government 26 Nov 2021
Finding better solutions, Virginia Tech researcher Chang Lu, the Fred W ... It is important to look at the effects of psychedelics on brain tissues, and using Lu’s genomic analysis, researchers used just a small quantity of material from a specific region of a mouse brain.
photo: AP / Erika Kinetz
A stereotactic device presses into the head of a brain surgery patient at Ruijin Hospital's functional neurosurgery center in Shanghai, China on Monday, Oct. 29, 2018
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Develops precise brain surgery to remove diseased cells without a scalpel

Technology Org 26 Nov 2021
University of Virginia School of Medicine researchers have developed a noninvasive way to remove faulty brain circuits that could allow doctors to treat debilitating neurological diseases without the need for conventional brain surgery ... Lee of UVA’s Departments of Neuroscience and Neurosurgery and the Center for Brain Immunology and Glia, or BIG.
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Sleeping Longer Than 6.5 Hours A Night Associated With Cognitive Decline According To Research – What’s Really Going On Here?

IFL Science 26 Nov 2021
This EEG allowed the researchers to accurately measure brain activity, which would tell them whether or not someone was asleep (and for how long), and how restful that sleep was ... Other research has shown that people who have short sleeping times have higher levels of beta-amyloid ...
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Men who were in boxing clubs as youngsters may be THREE times as likely to ...

The Daily Mail 26 Nov 2021
Researchers led from Boston University found that evidence of injuries to the brain's white matter can show up in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans ... Researchers led from Boston University found that evidence of injuries to the brain's white matter can show up in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans.
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Did you know that eating foods constituting these will increase your memory?

Suryaa 26 Nov 2021
Although it is not yet known if zinc is linked to the brain, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease can be caused by zinc deficiency, so researchers believe zinc is essential for the brain ... But some research has shown that omega 3 fatty acids are also very good at making the brain healthier.
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This Week In Science!

IFL Science 26 Nov 2021
Researchers Observe Brain Entering "Flow State" When People Are "In The Zone". When we’re so "in the zone" that we make complex tasks look easy, our brains enter a unique state which researchers call "flow", and a new study has revealed how the brain reorganizes itself in order to achieve this level of effortless competence.
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Memory Implants Market Shows Huge Demand and Future Scope Including Top Players 2030

MENA FN 26 Nov 2021
Memory devices are the implantable devices designed to control the voluntary activities of brain or neuron in people who suffer from brain damage due to stroke, Alzheimer's, and disruption of neural network due to chronic brain damage. Memory implant market is the prime focus of neurological research industry.
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New Type Of Cell Discovered In The Heart

IFL Science 26 Nov 2021
In a discovery that surprised even the researchers responsible, a new type of cell – resembling a glial cell usually only found in the brain and spinal cord – has been found in the heart ... The newly-discovered cells resemble astrocytes – star-shaped multitasking cells, of which our brains are chock-full.
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