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The human brain only reluctantly reveals its secrets, from the complexity of neural networks to basic biological functions and structures. Neuroimaging and molecular biology advances have only recently enabled scientists to study the living brain at previously unattainable levels of detail,
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The Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King's College London has developed a blood-based test that can predict the risk of Alzheimer's disease up to 3.5 years before clinical diagnosis.
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According to a new study, some patients with behavioural-variant frontotemporal dementia (bvFTD), an incurable condition that make patients of lose their ability to control their behaviour and cope with daily living but researchers found that patients may instead have a cerebrospinal fluid l
We use our sense of smell to determine whether a new environment is safe or dangerous, whether we are aware of it or not. In fact, much of the animal kingdom relies on this ability for survival and reproduction.
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Orienteering, a sport that requires athleticism, navigational abilities, and memory, may be effective as an intervention or preventive approach to battle cognitive loss associated with dementia, according to new research.
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According to new research, the sport of orienteering, which requires athleticism, navigational skills, and memory, could be useful as an intervention or preventive measure to combat cognitive decline associated with dementia.
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Epilepsy affects 4 per cent of the population and is one of the most common brain disorders among children. Most seizure recurrences can be avoided with modern medicine, but approximately 20 per cent of patients do not respond to treatment.
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Researchers from the State University of New York's Binghamton University found that early retirement can hasten cognitive impairment in older people.
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According to a study in which participants were asked to identify U.S. presidents, human brains use the same centre that lights up when the speaker's face is presented to recognise a famous voice.
A neuroscience study where participants were asked to identify U.S. presidents has found that to recognize a famous voice, human brains use the same center that lights up when the speaker's face is presented.
The development of expansion microscopy has enabled previously unseen views of the interior of cells and other nanoscale structures. Future research in many different biological and medical fields, including pathology, neuroscience, and others, may benefit from the advancements.
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Mice use a specific brain mechanism to automatically flee to cover when threatened, according to study results from the Sainsbury Wellcome Centre and the Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit at UCL. Neuroscientists have never before been able to establish such a strong connection between s