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  October 4, 2018  
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   Experts call for more neuroscience research focused on long-term recovery from addictionExperts call for more neuroscience research focused on long-term recovery from addiction
 
September is addiction recovery month, and, in the midst of the current opioid epidemic, it's an apt moment for addiction research experts to map the future path forward for a long-term recovery strategy for substance abuse.
 
 Researchers find molecule that halts, reverts neurodegeneration caused by Parkinson's disease
 
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 Common painkiller not effective in controlling chronic pain after traumatic nerve injury
 
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 Researchers define specific neuropsychological profile of alcoholic abusers
 
Researchers define specific neuropsychological profile of alcoholic abusersA Psychology and Neuroscience team of the University of Valencia has defined the specific neuropsychological profile of men with a history of violence against women in couple relationships who show several patterns of alcohol consumption.
 
 
 Air pollution appears to be linked to increased risk of developing dementia
 
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 Novel discovery could help to improve success of corneal transplants
 
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 Critical illness and major infection can promote brain changes, accelerate cognitive decline
 
Critical illness and major infection can promote brain changes, accelerate cognitive declineResearchers at Johns Hopkins report that a novel analysis of more than a thousand patients adds to evidence that hospitalization, critical illness and major infection may diminish brain structures that are most commonly affected by Alzheimer's disease.
 
 
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