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Device converts brain signals into speech, offering hope for patients

Device converts brain signals into speech, offering hope for patients

Measles vaccination rates are a 'public health time bomb'

Measles vaccination rates are a 'public health time bomb'

New blood-cell analysis device helps better understand causes and mechanics of rare anemia

New blood-cell analysis device helps better understand causes and mechanics of rare anemia

First extensive analysis of proteins in patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia

First extensive analysis of proteins in patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia

Reason for DEET's success can be found in mosquito's legs

Reason for DEET's success can be found in mosquito's legs

MR Solutions wins third Queen’s Award

MR Solutions wins third Queen’s Award

Stem cells in hair follicles have potential to regenerate myelin sheath that coats neurons

Stem cells in hair follicles have potential to regenerate myelin sheath that coats neurons

Majority of stroke survivors not screened for osteoporosis, despite increased risk

Majority of stroke survivors not screened for osteoporosis, despite increased risk

Researchers seek sage advice of elders on aging issues

Researchers seek sage advice of elders on aging issues

People with intense feelings of responsibility susceptible to developing OCD, anxiety

People with intense feelings of responsibility susceptible to developing OCD, anxiety

A combination of sensory stimuli can help soothe crying babies, study reveals

A combination of sensory stimuli can help soothe crying babies, study reveals

Drugs for treatment of stroke, vascular dementia show promising results in early trial

Drugs for treatment of stroke, vascular dementia show promising results in early trial

Six factors associated with invasive breast cancer recurrence after DCIS diagnosis

Six factors associated with invasive breast cancer recurrence after DCIS diagnosis

Predicting whether a patient will benefit from chemotherapy

Predicting whether a patient will benefit from chemotherapy

Study finds different amounts of physical therapy for stroke patients

Study finds different amounts of physical therapy for stroke patients

UT Southwestern researchers determine how circulating 'bad cholesterol' enters artery walls

UT Southwestern researchers determine how circulating 'bad cholesterol' enters artery walls

Delving into tumor's cellular lineage may offer clues for customized therapies

Delving into tumor's cellular lineage may offer clues for customized therapies

Computer program mimics natural speech using brain signals from epilepsy patients

Computer program mimics natural speech using brain signals from epilepsy patients

Using blood thinners in heart failure patients associated with reduced risk of thromboembolic events

Using blood thinners in heart failure patients associated with reduced risk of thromboembolic events

Coastal trenches, inland volcanoes remove 19% more CO2 than previously thought

Coastal trenches, inland volcanoes remove 19% more CO2 than previously thought