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10-year Digital Brain Project Shows First Results

10-year Digital Brain Project Shows First Results

  Miami, United States – An ambitious project led by researchers in Switzerland to digitally map the brain released on Thursday its first results, showing a complex view of how the ...

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Brain Research Gets $100 Million Boost

Brain Research Gets $100 Million Boost

  Washington, United States – Research into brain diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and traumatic injury got a boost with a $100 million pledge from a US foundation and seven universities. ...

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Nearly Complete Brain Grown in US Lab: University

Nearly Complete Brain Grown in US Lab: University

  Washington, United States – An almost complete version of a tiny human brain has been grown in a US lab in a move that could bring major strides to the ...

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Improve your Brainpower with Brain HQ

Improve your Brainpower with Brain HQ

  Mental fitness is just as important as physical health. Exercising your brain – or simply put, using it – can help you achieve sharper and healthier mind for years ...

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Brain Abnormalities in People with Chronic Fatigue: Study

Brain Abnormalities in People with Chronic Fatigue: Study

  WASHINGTON, October 29, 2014 (AFP) – A study of 15 patients with chronic fatigue syndrome has found that patients’ brains have at least three distinct abnormalities when compared to ...

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Advanced Cardiac Care: the TMC Cath Lab Difference

Advanced Cardiac Care: the TMC Cath Lab Difference

  MANILA, PHILIPPINES – It would change the way you look at cardiac care: Just check in and promptly call it a day. A futuristic scene in yet another Star Trek ...

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Nourishing the Child in Your Womb

Nourishing the Child in Your Womb

  Good nutrition is needed to ensure good maternal and child health. What you eat affects both your well-being and the well-being of your body. Food high in the B ...

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The Early and Late Talkers: What Do They Imply?

The Early and Late Talkers: What Do They Imply?

  – EARLY TALKING – According to Dr. Benjamin Spock, nine months is the earliest that first words emerge, and most babies do not have true words until later. These ...

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