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Scientists use prosthetic device to restore and improve impaired decision-making ability in animals

Scientists use prosthetic device to restore and improve impaired decision-making ability in animals

ScienceDaily (Sep. 13, 2012) — Imagine a prosthetic device capable of restoring decision-making in people who have reduced capacity due to brain disease or injury Continue reading

Scientists use prosthetic device to restore and improve impaired decision-making ability in animals

Scientists use prosthetic device to restore and improve impaired decision-making ability in animals

ScienceDaily (Sep. 13, 2012) — Imagine a prosthetic device capable of restoring decision-making in people who have reduced capacity due to brain disease or injury. Continue reading

Antidepressants, sleeping pills and anxiety drugs may increase driving risk

Antidepressants, sleeping pills and anxiety drugs may increase driving risk

ScienceDaily (Sep. 10, 2012) — Drugs prescribed to treat anxiety, depression and insomnia may increase patients’ risk of being involved in motor vehicle accidents, according to a recent study, published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. Continue reading

Strategy developed to improve delivery of medicines to the brain

Strategy developed to improve delivery of medicines to the brain

ScienceDaily (Sep. 7, 2012) — New research offers a possible strategy for treating central nervous system diseases, such as brain and spinal cord injury, brain cancer, epilepsy, and neurological complications of HIV Continue reading

Strategy developed to improve delivery of medicines to the brain

Strategy developed to improve delivery of medicines to the brain

ScienceDaily (Sep. 7, 2012) — New research offers a possible strategy for treating central nervous system diseases, such as brain and spinal cord injury, brain cancer, epilepsy, and neurological complications of HIV. The experimental treatment method allows small therapeutic agents to safely cross the blood-brain barrier in laboratory rats by turning off P-glycoprotein, one of the main gatekeepers preventing medicinal drugs from reaching their intended targets in the brain. Continue reading

Experts propose ‘cyber war’ on cancer: Universities aim to break cancer’s codes for social networking

Experts propose ‘cyber war’ on cancer: Universities aim to break cancer’s codes for social networking

ScienceDaily (Sep. 4, 2012) — In the face of mounting evidence that cancer cells communicate, cooperate and even engage in collective decision-making, biophysicists and cancer researchers at Rice University, Tel Aviv University and Johns Hopkins University are suggesting a new strategy for outsmarting cancer through its own social intelligence Continue reading

Experts propose ‘cyber war’ on cancer: Universities aim to break cancer’s codes for social networking

Experts propose ‘cyber war’ on cancer: Universities aim to break cancer’s codes for social networking

ScienceDaily (Sep. 4, 2012) — In the face of mounting evidence that cancer cells communicate, cooperate and even engage in collective decision-making, biophysicists and cancer researchers at Rice University, Tel Aviv University and Johns Hopkins University are suggesting a new strategy for outsmarting cancer through its own social intelligence Continue reading

Experts propose ‘cyber war’ on cancer: Universities aim to break cancer’s codes for social networking

Experts propose ‘cyber war’ on cancer: Universities aim to break cancer’s codes for social networking

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Heavy drinking rewires brain, increasing susceptibility to anxiety problems

Heavy drinking rewires brain, increasing susceptibility to anxiety problems

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Can’t smell anything? Discovery may give you hope

Can’t smell anything? Discovery may give you hope

ScienceDaily (Sep. 2, 2012) — Scientists have restored the sense of smell in mice through gene therapy for the first time — a hopeful sign for people who can’t smell anything from birth or lose it due to disease. Continue reading