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How Can We Beat the Stigma of an Autoimmune Diagnosis?
News   Mar 26, 2020

A new study suggests that one way patients and physicians can work through the stigma of autoimmune conditions is to use both broad diagnostic terms, like “autoimmune disease,” as well as narrow ones.

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Neuroscientists Have Made an Unexpected Discovery About the way Mice Perceive Warming Sensations
News   Mar 26, 2020

The finding published in Neuron challenges the theory that dedicated neurons convey either warm or cool sensations to the brain.

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New Research Shows That Human Working Memory can be Tweaked With Non-Invasive Magnetic Stimulation
News   Mar 26, 2020

The results of the study were published in the journal Brain Sciences.

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Antibodies in the Brain May Trigger Certain Forms of Epilepsy
News   Mar 26, 2020

Study by the University of Bonn may enable new therapies against certain forms of epilepsy.

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Expanding Access to Coronavirus Literature
News   Mar 25, 2020

The National Library of Medicine (NLM), part of the National Institutes of Health, is working on multiple fronts to aid in the COVID-19 response through new initiatives with the global publishing community and artificial intelligence researchers.

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Language Study Could Help Characterize Fragile X Syndrome
News   Mar 25, 2020

A multi-university team of researchers found that expressive language sampling (ELS) can be useful in measuring outcomes in clinical trials targeting fragile X syndrome (FXS).

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How Well Do You Know the Back of Your Hand?
News   Mar 25, 2020

Many of us are spending a lot of time looking at our hands lately and we think we know them pretty well, but new research shows the way our brains perceive our hands is inaccurate.

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A Fatty Acid's Role in "Chemobrain"
News   Mar 25, 2020

Researchers have found that lipids responsible for neural function are not inert as traditionally believed, which has implications for the myelin damage caused by some chemotherapeutics.

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"Blink-on-a-chip" Could Test Eye-drop Drugs
News   Mar 25, 2020

A new approach could lead to “cornea-on-a-chip” devices that more accurately test the effects of drugs on the human eye.

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The Perfect Recipe for Neuromorphic Systems
News   Mar 25, 2020

Researchers have uncovered how neural processing systems in biology carry out computation, as well as a recipe to reproduce these computing principles in mixed signal analog/digital electronics and novel materials.

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