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Discovery of way to regulate brain blood could lead to new treatments for stroke, migraine, Alzheimer’s

Discovery of way to regulate brain blood could lead to new treatments for stroke, migraine, Alzheimer’s

Transthyretin discovery may halt progression of Alzheimer's

Transthyretin discovery may halt progression of Alzheimer's

Chemical pathways of serotonin in the nervous system pave way for future pharmaceutical treatments for depression

Chemical pathways of serotonin in the nervous system pave way for future pharmaceutical treatments for depression

Scientists closer to correcting an abnormal gene which causes Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease

Scientists closer to correcting an abnormal gene which causes Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease

Findings point to the hippocampus as critical to the process of recollection

Findings point to the hippocampus as critical to the process of recollection

Experts consider evidence of link between the rise in childhood leukaemia and increased light at night

Experts consider evidence of link between the rise in childhood leukaemia and increased light at night

Research into constraint-induced movement therapy

Research into constraint-induced movement therapy

Further evidence of a genetic link to schizophrenia

Further evidence of a genetic link to schizophrenia

Does estrogen help perception, intuition or reasoning?

Does estrogen help perception, intuition or reasoning?

Cymbalta, treatment for major depression hits the market

Cymbalta, treatment for major depression hits the market

10,000th open access medical manuscript published

10,000th open access medical manuscript published

Mouse stem cells may help restore hearing loss in humans

Mouse stem cells may help restore hearing loss in humans

Gray matter in brain associated with language processing among people with a family history of dyslexia

Gray matter in brain associated with language processing among people with a family history of dyslexia

Body symmetry could be a tell tale sign of an aggressive person

Body symmetry could be a tell tale sign of an aggressive person

Immunotherapy and chemotherapy combined, slows tumor progression and extends survival of patients with glioblastoma multiforme

Immunotherapy and chemotherapy combined, slows tumor progression and extends survival of patients with glioblastoma multiforme

Neural basis of memory loss

Neural basis of memory loss

A novel approach for families coping with brain injury

A novel approach for families coping with brain injury

Wounds on hamsters without companionship don't heal as fast as those on hamsters with companionship

Wounds on hamsters without companionship don't heal as fast as those on hamsters with companionship

Alzheimer’s sufferers are more likely to have jobs that are less mentally challenging than people without Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s sufferers are more likely to have jobs that are less mentally challenging than people without Alzheimer’s disease

MRI may be better than polygraph for revealing lies

MRI may be better than polygraph for revealing lies