Doctors warn against off-label use of new Alzheimer's drug for cerebral amyloid angiopathy
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Doctors warn against off-label use of new Alzheimer's drug for cerebral amyloid angiopathy

According to the International Cerebral Amyloid Angiography Association, there is no evidence that monoclonal antibody aducanumab is a beneficial
Mayim Bialik�s Neuriva Commercials Make Questionable Claims
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Mayim Bialik�s Neuriva Commercials Make Questionable Claims

Shares Over a year ago, I wrote about Neuriva's brain supplement. Their claim that they have evidence from clinical trials was false, I felt. I
More filling? Tastes great? How flies, and maybe people, choose their food
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More filling? Tastes great? How flies, and maybe people, choose their food

Flyers have a keen sense of taste. They are like a chef looking at a menu. They seek out sweet, nutritious calories, and avoid bitter, potentially
Nanomaterials shape and form influences their ability to cross the blood brain barrier
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Nanomaterials shape and form influences their ability to cross the blood brain barrier

A new study has shown that nanomaterials in consumer and healthcare products can easily pass from the bloodstream into the brain of a blood-brain
An Artificial Network Kept on The 'Edge of Chaos' Acts Much Like a Human Brain
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An Artificial Network Kept on The 'Edge of Chaos' Acts Much Like a Human Brain

Researchers have shown how to maintain a network nanowires in a state right at the edge of chaos. This is a breakthrough that could be used for
Elon Musk Suggests That a Brain Parasite Is Forcing Humans to Create Superhuman AI
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Elon Musk Suggests That a Brain Parasite Is Forcing Humans to Create Superhuman AI

Yes, it is true. From Rats to Cats Elon Musk posted a bizarre and disturbing theory last night that a brain parasite may be forcing humans to create
Pioneering noninvasive technique for neurological conditions
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Pioneering noninvasive technique for neurological conditions

Researchers at Indiana University School of Medicine are creating a noninvasive brain stimulation method to treat neurological disorders such as
Role of dopamine in songbird's brain plasticity: Neurotransmitter shown to be a key driver in sensory processing
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Role of dopamine in songbird's brain plasticity: Neurotransmitter shown to be a key driver in sensory processing

New research by neuroscientists from the University of Massachusetts Amherst has shown that dopamine is a crucial component of songbirds' ability to
Near-Death Experiences Might Be an Unlikely Survival Strategy, Study Claims
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Near-Death Experiences Might Be an Unlikely Survival Strategy, Study Claims

It is not common for people to travel to the edge of death, and then back again. This is why so many people avoid near-death experiences. New
Spatial patterns of gene transcripts captured across single cells of mouse embryo
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Spatial patterns of gene transcripts captured across single cells of mouse embryo

Combining data from other technologies and a new technique called sci-Space could result in four-dimensional atlases showing gene expression across