New link between impaired brain energy metabolism and delirium discovered
Scientists from Trinity College Dublin have discovered a new link between impaired brain energy metabolism and delirium - a disorienting and distressing disorder particularly...
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How Small Wins Can Help You Achieve Big Goals
“The problem human beings face is not that we aim too high and fail, but that we aim too low and succeed.” - Michelangelo Setting big, audacious goals is important if you want...
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Researchers characterize how changes in glioblastoma cells influence different drug effects
Therapies for treating glioblastoma brain cancer can be delivered with greater precision and existing drugs can be used in new ways.
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Why do sufferers of Alzheimer's nap so much? Study suggests the disease kills the cells needed to stay awake
A study published in Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association found that in people with Alzheimer's, tau proteins promote the degeneration of brain...
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UVA scientists identify oncogene responsible for deadliest brain tumor
Scientists have identified an oncogene responsible for glioblastoma, the deadliest brain tumor.
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Artificial 'neurotransistor' created
While the optimization of conventional microelectronics is slowly reaching its physical limits, nature offers us a blueprint how information can be processed and stored...
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Vascular Development at Autism Risk
The first ever in-depth study of vasculature in the autistic brain has been undertaken by researchers.
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Study identifies molecular differences between individual tumor cells in ependymomas
For the first time in the world, an international study team with substantial participation from researchers from the Comprehensive Cancer Center of MedUni Vienna and Vienna...
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Scientists ID gene responsible for deadly glioblastoma
The discovery of the oncogene responsible for glioblastoma could be the brain cancer's Achilles' heel, one researcher says.
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How our brains remain active during familiar, repetitive tasks
New research, based on earlier results in mice, suggests that our brains are never at rest, even when we are not learning anything about the world around us.
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Florida Department of Health saboteurs are RIGGING coronavirus test results...
A stunning investigation by Orlando Fox News affiliate Fox 35 finds that the Florida Department of Health is reporting suspiciously high “positive” rates from dozens of...
25 Mental Health Apps, Directories, and Podcasts to Help Improve Black...
Focusing on your mental health is an important aspect to well-being, but due to the stigma surrounding mental health, many people are afraid or embarrassed to discuss what...
Why Obesity May Stack the Deck for COVID-19 Risk
It has become clearer that people who are obese are one of the groups at highest risk from the disease, regardless of their age
Nitrates in amaranth boost aerobic performance, study finds
An extract of amaranth was shown to boost the aerobic capacity of young male subjects in a cycling test, a study has found.
Bacteria in newborn's stool may indicate risk of obesity
The bacteria found in a baby's first stool can predict its likelihood of becoming overweight by the age of three, according to a new prospective, population‐based study...
Half of covid-positive nursing home residents had no symptoms
A Johns Hopkins University study urges universal coronavirus testing in long-term care homes after 55% of 354 patients had no symptoms at the time the tested positive for the...
If You Only Have One Exercise In Your Routine, Make It One Of These
Fitness pros share the workouts and moves they would do every day if they could.
Andexxa Enters Guidelines for Bleeding on Oral Anticoagulation
Recently-approved treatments prompted an update to American College of Cardiology guidance on managing bleeding in patients on oral anticoagulation. New guidance included the...
Squirrel With Bubonic Plague Found in Colorado
Humans can be infected through flea bites, the cough of an infected animal or through direct contact with blood or tissue from an infected animal.
Finding COVID-19 Cases Among the Dead: ‘It May Help the Living'
The number of deaths reported to the office of Connecticut's chief medical examiner, James Gill, MD, spiked 137% in April, mostly due to COVID-19. Now, Gill sees a handful of...