Alzheimer's gene associated with failure to adapt to cognitive challenge in healthy adults
Healthy adults carrying the gene APOE4 - the strongest known genetic risk factor for Alzheimer's disease - may struggle to adapt their brain activity to increasing cognitive...
11 hours ago - ScienceDaily - 5 articles
Transcranial stimulation and/or physical therapy improves walking speed in Parkinson's disease
Noninvasive brain stimulation and physical therapy - alone or in combination - improve some measures of walking ability in patients with Parkinson's disease , concludes a...
11 hours ago - ScienceDaily
The Real Harm In Multitasking
New studies show that it kills your performance and may even damage your brain.
12 hours ago - The Huffington Post
Wide Variation in ED Management of Traumatic Brain Injury
European emergency departments vary widely on how they define mild traumatic brain injury and use related guidelines, new research suggests. Medscape Medical News
12 hours ago - Medscape
Tiny bubbles offer sound solution for drug delivery
The blood-brain barrier protects the brain and central nervous system from harmful chemicals circulating in the blood but also prevents delivery of drugs that could help treat...
12 hours ago - ScienceDaily
Exposure to light causes emotional and physical responses in migraine sufferers
Light makes migraine headaches more painful and induces negative emotions and unpleasant physical sensations, new research confirms. Laboratory studies identify previously...
14 hours ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
Intracranial pathology not necessary for gadolinium deposition in brain tissues
New research suggests gadolinium retention may be more widespread and may be present in many more, or possibly all, patients exposed to gadolinium-based contrast agents...
15 hours ago - ScienceDaily
Being Forgetful Is A Sign Your Brain Is Working Properly, Says Science
Forgetful people are the smartest. Yay, parents! Parents rejoice! A new study shows that being forgetful may be a sign of your brain is actually working properly. It came from...
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Neuroblastoma is a very rare type of childhood cancer that develops in immature nerve cells [neuroblasts] of the sympathetic nervous system outside the brain.
15 hours ago - Medindia Health
Croatia man who looks like a child finds fame on GOT
Tomislav Jurcec, from Zagreb, looks at least a decade younger than his actual age - which he can prove comical when trying to buy cigarettes, he said. It is due to a fault in...
16 hours ago - Daily Mail
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My Family's Medicaid Story: This Is Why We Need To Oppose The Senate Health...
Below is a photo of my family back in 2012, just an hour after our second son was born. It was one of the sweetest, happiest moments of my life - and for me, one that was...
Better Medical Care Could Cut Opioid Deaths By One-Third
A new study shows what's wrong with cutting addiction treatment, like the Senate health care bill would do.
Persistent Stress May Hasten Death in Heart Patients
Doctors should assess mental health at routine cardiac visits, study authors say Related MedlinePlus Pages: Heart Diseases , Stress
Blackmores CEO Christine Holgate quits to run Australia Post
Blackmores CEO and MD Christine Holgate is leaving the supplements giant after nine years at the helm to take the top job at state-owned Australia Post.
Talk it Out: Are you in favor of the new Senate GOP health-care bill?
The Senate republicans are looking to erase major parts of the Affordable Care Act in a new bill. Would you be in favor of such changes or are you concerned?
Serena Williams Is A Naked Pregnant Goddess On The Cover Of Vanity Fair
Serena Williams poses naked for Vanity Fair Serena Williams is on the cover of the August issue of Vanity Fair looking A-MA-ZING. And it's not just the cover image that will...
Serena Williams Slams John McEnroe For His Sexist Comments About Her Talent
Sorry John McEnroe, Serena Williams has no time for this nonsense Hey, remember when Serena Williams won the Australian Open while pregnant? And how amazing that was? She's...
Few Upsets in U.S. News Top Kids' Hospitals List
U.S. News & World Report's 11th annual ranking of the best pediatric hospitals has few surprises, with Boston Children's Hospital in first place for the third straight year.
Working night shifts raises life-threatening disease risk
A University of Washington study has discovered that staff doing unsociable hours get rid of five times less disease-causing chemicals in their urine.
Abortion should be DECRIMINALISED, say medics
Delegates at the British Medical Association's annual meeting in Bournemouth voted in favour of a motion calling for a change in the law. It will now adopt this stance as its...