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IIT Mandi Invented A Method To Study Abnormal Brain Functions

Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Mandi have invented a method to simultaneously study the variations in nerve functions and brain blood...

Study: Covid19 Likely Not To Effect The Brain Directly

SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, likely does not directly infect the brain but can still inflict significant neurological damage, a new study suggests....

Working Long Hours? Keep Your Body, Mind Active

Whether working from home or office, toiling away for long hours without breaks and physical activity can begin to damage your body, vitality, and...

Modern Human Brain Structures Developed 1.5 To 1.7 Million Years Ago

Modern human brain structures developed 1.5 to 1.7 million years ago in the African Homo populations and after they had already begun walking on...

Physical Manifestation Of Disease In Present Life Linked To Cellular Past Memories

The physical manifestations of diseases in our present life can be linked to cellular memories from the past, including even childhood or early stages...

External Factors May Help Kids Develop Internal Control

The ability to control your own behavior, known as executive function, develops with many influences from outside the mind, suggests a new theory. The...

High Intake Of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages During Adolescence Can Affect Brain

High intake of sugar-sweetened beverages during adolescence can affect brain development and cause impairments in learning and memory in adulthood, shows a study conducted...

Experimental Hearing Implant Succeeds In Registering Brainwaves

Researchers have succeeded for the first time in measuring brainwaves directly via a cochlear implant, which indicates in an objective way how good or...

Seizures Induced By COVID Related To Higher Death Risk

Some hospitalized patients with COVID experience non-convulsive seizures, which may put them at a higher death risk, suggests a new study. The study, published in...

Ever Thought About How Different Are Men’s And Women’s Brains

Ever thought about how different are men's and women's brains? Hardly at all, say researchers. The findings, published in the Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews,...

Research: Examine The Role Of Cholesterol In Both Alzheimer And Type-2 Diabetes

Examining the role of cholesterol in both Alzheimer's disease and Type-2 diabetes, researchers have identified a small molecule that may help regulate cholesterol levels...

Alzheimer’s Disease Seems To Progress Faster In Women Than In Men

A team of researchers has found that Alzheimer's disease seems to progress faster in women than in men as the protein linked to the...

Study: Simple Blood Test Can Treat Specific Type Of Brain Tumor

A simple blood test could reduce, or in some cases replace, the need for intrusive surgery when determining the best course of treatment for...

Energy Deficiency in Brain Cells Major Cause For Parkinson’s Disease: Study

A team of researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras has found energy deficiency in certain cells in the human brain to...

Research: DBS And Exercise Has Potential Benefits For Treating Ataxia

Researchers have shown that a combination of deep brain stimulation (DBS) and exercise has potential benefits for treating ataxia. Ataxia is a rare genetic...

Protective Effect Of A Molecule Against Ischemic Stroke

A team of researchers has improved the protective effect of a molecule against ischemic stroke. Ischemic stroke is caused by an interruption of blood...

Virtual Reality To Effectively Test A Participant’s Executive Functional Load

A team of US researchers has utilized Virtual Reality (VR) to effectively test a participant's executive functional load, or how much information a person...

Early Exposure To Air Pollution May Affect Thinking Skills Later

Parents, take note. If your child is exposed to air pollution, they may have a decline in thinking skills in later life, a study...

Abnormal Hyper Activation Is An Early Biomarker Of Alzheimer Disease

Abnormal hyper activation in the brain could be an early biomarker of Alzheimer's disease, a new study suggests. The study indicates that hyperactivation in...

Century Of Data Show Covid-19 Likely To Impact The Brain

Making a compelling case for the expected long-term effects on the brain and nervous system by the Covid virus, new research that included scientists...

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