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New AI-based algorithm could help doctors treat patients with severe TBI

New AI-based algorithm could help doctors treat patients with severe TBI

Study finds increase in overall rate of exposure to natural psychoactive substances

Study finds increase in overall rate of exposure to natural psychoactive substances

Suspended animation in humans successfully tried for the first time

Suspended animation in humans successfully tried for the first time

Opioid overdose treatment: intranasal vs intramuscular naloxone

Opioid overdose treatment: intranasal vs intramuscular naloxone

MGH researchers create highest resolution MRI scan of the human brain

MGH researchers create highest resolution MRI scan of the human brain

Some plant foods causing paralysis, death, in malnourished populations

Some plant foods causing paralysis, death, in malnourished populations

$5 million in federal funding to accelerate potential treatments for urea cycle disorders

$5 million in federal funding to accelerate potential treatments for urea cycle disorders

New research challenges the traditional understanding of cellular sleep

New research challenges the traditional understanding of cellular sleep

New discovery paves way for better treatment of diabetes

New discovery paves way for better treatment of diabetes

Topsoil is key harbinger of lead exposure risks for children, Tulane study finds

Topsoil is key harbinger of lead exposure risks for children, Tulane study finds

New app helps moms-to-be monitor blood pressure

New app helps moms-to-be monitor blood pressure

Skin-lightening cream put a woman into a coma. It could happen again.

Skin-lightening cream put a woman into a coma. It could happen again.

Researchers offer new evidence for the mechanisms underlying consciousness

Researchers offer new evidence for the mechanisms underlying consciousness

Catch them young: school program to reduce cardiovascular disease

Catch them young: school program to reduce cardiovascular disease

Longtime crusader against Oxycontin begins to see the fruits of her struggle

Longtime crusader against Oxycontin begins to see the fruits of her struggle

Quick action can save lives of people with severe hypoglycemia

Quick action can save lives of people with severe hypoglycemia

EEG slowing may be a valuable biomarker for delirium severity

EEG slowing may be a valuable biomarker for delirium severity

Kazan Federal University and Mayo Clinic implement novel spinal cord stimulation device

Kazan Federal University and Mayo Clinic implement novel spinal cord stimulation device

Managing fluid volume and salt losses during a marathon may help avoid post-race kidney injury

Managing fluid volume and salt losses during a marathon may help avoid post-race kidney injury

Microgravity in space and its effects on the brain

Microgravity in space and its effects on the brain