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Neural synchrony found to be predictive for favorable outcome after coma

Neural synchrony found to be predictive for favorable outcome after coma

Sleep problems may negatively affect children's reading ability, study suggests

Sleep problems may negatively affect children's reading ability, study suggests

Virtual exercise program can be safe for people with osteoarthritis, research finds

Virtual exercise program can be safe for people with osteoarthritis, research finds

NIH to support a four-year study on long-term effects of COVID-19 in pregnancy

NIH to support a four-year study on long-term effects of COVID-19 in pregnancy

How cellular clocks regulate cardiac physiology

How cellular clocks regulate cardiac physiology

New method for interpreting brain activity data more accurate than conventional techniques

New method for interpreting brain activity data more accurate than conventional techniques

Study focuses on helping shiftworkers to better manage their eating habits

Study focuses on helping shiftworkers to better manage their eating habits

ERs are swamped with seriously ill patients, although many don’t have covid

ERs are swamped with seriously ill patients, although many don’t have covid

Study of "dented" internal clocks reveals why shift workers gain weight and develop diabetes

Study of "dented" internal clocks reveals why shift workers gain weight and develop diabetes

SARS-CoV-2 vaccination lowers risk of several outcomes after breakthrough infection

SARS-CoV-2 vaccination lowers risk of several outcomes after breakthrough infection

Gradual nicotine reduction key to helping e-cigarette users quit, shows study

Gradual nicotine reduction key to helping e-cigarette users quit, shows study

Northwestern scientists receive awards totaling nearly $18 million for Parkinson's disease research

Northwestern scientists receive awards totaling nearly $18 million for Parkinson's disease research

Researchers receive $8.9 million grant to study the gut-brain connection in Parkinson’s disease

Researchers receive $8.9 million grant to study the gut-brain connection in Parkinson’s disease

DOD funds first human trial of a device to enhance the natural brain cleansing system

DOD funds first human trial of a device to enhance the natural brain cleansing system

Brain fog in long COVID

Brain fog in long COVID

Study analyzes the potential consequences of canceling daylight saving time

Study analyzes the potential consequences of canceling daylight saving time

Lack of sleep affects gait control, study reveals

Lack of sleep affects gait control, study reveals

Identification of long COVID patients using big data

Identification of long COVID patients using big data

Working single mothers with a present-time mindset may feel more 'in control' of their lives

Working single mothers with a present-time mindset may feel more 'in control' of their lives

Air pollution reduces sperm count by causing brain inflammation, mice study shows

Air pollution reduces sperm count by causing brain inflammation, mice study shows