Patterns of Osteopontin Expression in Abusive Head Trauma Compared With Other Causes of Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury
To examine levels of plasma osteopontin , a recently described neuroinflammatory biomarker, in children with abusive head trauma compared with other types of traumatic brain...
4 hours ago - The Journal of Pediatrics
Novel method shows how cell membranes are damaged by 'Parkinson's protein'
In sufferers of Parkinson's disease, clumps of α-synuclein , sometimes known as the 'Parkinson's protein', are found in the brain.
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Deep Brain Stimulation may Not Increase Dementia Risk
Deep brain stimulation for Parkinson's disease may not increase risk of dementia, revealed new study.
7 hours ago - Medindia Health
Which antioxidants can be used to protect brain function?
Antioxidants are compounds found in plants, especially those used as food by humans. These compounds play an important role inside the body as they prevent or slow the damage...
9 hours ago - Natural News
This Is What Racial Trauma Does To The Body And Brain
Racism, injustice and brutality - experienced directly and indirectly - can have a lasting effect on mental health.
14 hours ago - The Huffington Post
Study sheds light on selective neuronal vulnerability in Alzheimer's disease
When Alzheimer's disease strikes, the entire brain doesn't crumble at once. Instead the mind unravels like grim clockwork, beginning with the telltale degradation of a group of...
14 hours ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Research reveals new genetic insights into how the brain folds
New research is helping unlock the mystery of how the brain folds as a baby develops in the womb - a process critical to healthy brain function.
14 hours ago - News Medical
Kids' Brains Affected by COVID-Linked Inflammatory Syndrome
Neurologic findings in adult COVID-19 patients were also observed in some pediatric inflammatory multisystem syndrome cases that follow exposure to the virus, with brain...
14 hours ago - MedPageToday - 5 articles
Novel drug could protect the brain during and after stroke
Neuroscientists at the University of Pittsburgh Brain Institute have identified a novel drug that could protect the brain during and after a stroke.
15 hours ago - News Medical
Does deep brain stimulation for Parkinson's increase risk of dementia?
There's good news for people with Parkinson's disease. A new study shows that deep brain stimulation may not increase the risk of developing dementia.
15 hours ago - ScienceDaily
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Four-drug Combo is More Effective in Treating Resistant Cancer
New therapeutic approach to treat resistant tumors is by using combination of different drugs at low doses.
Charcoal- New Weapon Against COVID-19 Fight?
Nanozymes are made by treating medical-grade charcoal. They pass through membranes of cells' mitochondria to curtail damaging levels of superoxides, radical oxygen ions, that...
Another warning on antibody tests: A THIRD of home blood-kits miss Covid-19
Rapid 'have you had it' coronavirus antibody tests correctly identify someone has had the disease just 66 per cent of the time, a review led by McGill University Health Centre...
Aging and Artery Damage Hastened by Red Meat Consumption
By-product of red meat metabolism, trimethylamine-N-Oxide , that is produced in the gut after consumption of red meat, impairs artery function and increases the risk for heart...
Over 40% COVID-19 Cases In An Italian Town Were Asymptomatic: Study
In Vo, an Italian town, more than 40 percent of coronavirus cases were asymptomatic, stated researchers.
New Radical COVID-19 Drug Development Approach Holds Promise
University of Washington's Baker Lab uses de novo computational design on TACC systems to create new therapeutic approach for treating novel coronavirus.
Coronavirus may be traveling along US interstates as people travel...
Models created by the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia predict that cases will only continue to surge in these states, as well as 'spread' to towns and along interstates as...
Post-Vax Febrile Seizures Not Linked to Kids' Cognition
Children who had a febrile seizure soon after being vaccinated showed no difference in development or behavior than other children, a prospective study showed. No significant...
One ART Regimen Tied to Lower COVID-19 Risk in HIV
A certain regimen of antiretroviral therapy may have contributed to lower COVID-19 incidence and severity among people living with HIV, researchers in Spain found. Risk of...
Sleep Troubles in Infancy Tied to Later BPD, Psychosis
Some sleep patterns in infancy were associated with psychotic experiences and borderline personality disorder symptoms in adolescence, a cohort study from England found. Among...