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Cardiac arrest resuscitation drug has needlessly brain-damaged thousands
The main drug used to resuscitate cardiac arrest victims has needlessly left thousands of people with brain damage, according to a major new trial.
Brain iron levels may predict multiple sclerosis disabilities
A new, highly accurate MRI technique can monitor iron levels in the brains of multiple sclerosis (MS) patients and help identify those at a higher risk for developing physical disability, according to a study published in the journal Radiology.
Brain may clean out Alzheimer’s plaques during sleep
Neuroscientist Barbara Bendlin studies the brain as Alzheimer’s disease develops. When she goes home, she tries to leave her work in the lab. But one recent research project has crossed into her personal life: She now takes sleep much more seriously.
Brains may be as unique as fingerprints
New research suggests that no two brains are alike, as genetics and experience make their mark on your mind.
New insight into how autism might develop in human brain
In a study published in Stem Cell Reports, a McGill team of scientists led by Dr. Carl Ernst, researcher at the Douglas Hospital Research Center, revealed a molecular mechanism that may play a role in the development of autism.
Foods with high fat and carbohydrates send reward signal to human brain
The consumption of foods with high levels of fat and carbohydrates activates an ingrained reward system in human brains which releases dopamine, a study published by the German Max Planck Institute for Metabolism Research finds.
Waves move across human brain to support memory
The coordination of neural activity across widespread brain networks is essential for human cognition.
Brain cancer vaccine effective in some patients
Most people with the deadly brain cancer glioblastoma die less than 18 months after diagnosis. But a multicenter clinical trial of a personalized vaccine that targets the aggressive cancer has indicated improved survival rates for such patients.
New parts of the brain become active  after students learn physics
Parts of the brain not traditionally associated with learning science become active when people are confronted with solving physics problems, a new study found.
Poverty may be bad for brain
Aging Baby Boomers have taken a variety of approaches to keep their cognitive abilities sharp, from meditation to specially designed games to (my personal favorite) eating chocolate.
Brain-computer interface helps tetraplegics in avatar race
Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) are seen as a potential means by which severely physically impaired individuals can regain control of their environment, but establishing such an interface is not trivial.
Brainstorm Health: 'All of Us' enrollment, Theranos investor losses, Gottlieb Vs. drug rebates
As I mentioned, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is launching public enrollment in its ambitious genetic and health data collection project.
Scientists use holographic projection to edit brain activity
"The major advance is the ability to control neurons precisely in space and time," said researcher Nicolas Pégard.
The shape, not size, of our ancestors' brains may have helped them outlast Neanderthals
For more than 200,000 years, Neanderthals successfully occupied the cold, dark forests and shores of Europe.
Brain structure potentially lined with person's risk-taking tendency
In the future, your eligibility for a specific investment portfolio might be decided by a brain scan test.

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