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Gene Editing Approach Can Change Social Behavior of Animals
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Gene Editing Approach Can Change Social Behavior of Animals

Georgia State University scientists have created gene-edited hamsters for studies of social neuroscience and have found that the biology behind social behavior may be more complex than previously thought.
Super-Strength Parkinson's Brain Scans Reveals the Fading "Blue Spot"
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Super-Strength Parkinson's Brain Scans Reveals the Fading "Blue Spot"

Ultra-powerful 7T MRI scanners could be used to help identify those patients with Parkinson’s disease and similar conditions most likely to benefit from new treatments for previously-untreatable symptoms, say scientists.

10 New Genes Linked With Hearing Loss Identified
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10 New Genes Linked With Hearing Loss Identified

Researchers led by King’s, Karolinska Institute and Erasmus University have identified 10 new genes linked with hearing loss and located the part of the ear affected.
How Sleep Helps To Process Emotions
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How Sleep Helps To Process Emotions

New research has identified how the brain processes emotions during REM sleep, opening new perspectives for treating sleep disorders.
Multitasking Makes It Easier To Catch Liars
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Multitasking Makes It Easier To Catch Liars

A study has shown how asking someone who is lying to perform a secondary task makes the lie easier to detect.
Getting Stressed May Make Us More Likeable
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Getting Stressed May Make Us More Likeable

Showing signs of stress could make us more likeable and prompt others to act more positively towards us, according to a new study by scientists at Nottingham Trent University and the University of Portsmouth.

Twitter Study Offers Insights Into Social Media’s Influence on Vaccination
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Twitter Study Offers Insights Into Social Media’s Influence on Vaccination

A study has associated the sentiments toward the COVID-19 vaccine presented on Twitter with changes in subsequent vaccination rates.
Body’s Responses to a Low-Protein Diet Directed by a Single Hormone
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Body’s Responses to a Low-Protein Diet Directed by a Single Hormone

A single hormone appears to coordinate the lifespan extension produced by a low-protein diet.
Alternative Form of Therapy Effective at Reducing Depression Linked to Fibromyalgia
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Alternative Form of Therapy Effective at Reducing Depression Linked to Fibromyalgia

An alternative form of therapy called personal construct therapy has been shown to be equally as effective as cognitive behavioral therapy for reducing depressive symptoms associated with fibromyalgia.
How a Schizophrenia-Linked Gene Alters Brain Development
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How a Schizophrenia-Linked Gene Alters Brain Development

Research in zebrafish models has progressed the understanding of how the schizophrenia-linked YWHAZ gene can alter neurodevelopment.
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