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Emotional state plays a significant role in recovery from hip surgery

Emotional state plays a significant role in recovery from hip surgery

Research into Alzheimer’s disease and dementia wins Queen’s doctor major award

Research into Alzheimer’s disease and dementia wins Queen’s doctor major award

Cure for  Parkinson's disease?

Cure for Parkinson's disease?

Stroke victims could be more vulnerable to Alzheimer's

Stroke victims could be more vulnerable to Alzheimer's

JRRD releases issue on pain

JRRD releases issue on pain

Parkinson's disease linked to pesticide exposure

Parkinson's disease linked to pesticide exposure

Drug abuse in the U.S. not confined to minority groups

Drug abuse in the U.S. not confined to minority groups

Oral vaccine prevents prion disease in mice

Oral vaccine prevents prion disease in mice

Liver center leading record number of studies to tackle hepatitis C

Liver center leading record number of studies to tackle hepatitis C

Women might be slipping through the cracks with early drinking problem diagnosis

Women might be slipping through the cracks with early drinking problem diagnosis

Natalizumab (Tysabri) reduces vision loss in MS patients

Natalizumab (Tysabri) reduces vision loss in MS patients

Natalizumab helps reduce vision loss

Natalizumab helps reduce vision loss

Swedish brain researchers gain access to unique IBM supercomputer

Swedish brain researchers gain access to unique IBM supercomputer

Vasectomy and trouble with words

Vasectomy and trouble with words

Health officials accused over cover up in deaths from vCJD

Health officials accused over cover up in deaths from vCJD

Furore over who gets Alzheimer's drug in the UK

Furore over who gets Alzheimer's drug in the UK

Brits unable to access Alzheimer's drugs

Brits unable to access Alzheimer's drugs

Experts say "schizophrenia label" a harmful concept which should be dropped

Experts say "schizophrenia label" a harmful concept which should be dropped

Seniors who feel their 'mind is going' could very well be right

Seniors who feel their 'mind is going' could very well be right

For the first time, scientists watch neurons change in response to experience

For the first time, scientists watch neurons change in response to experience