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'Brainy TV' set to triumph over reality's race to the bottom
The grip trashy reality shows hold on television may be about to be broken by a new wave of intelligent documentaries.
Brain research gets $100 million boost
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.
Scientists study rare tapeworm living in man's brain
Scientists in Britain removed and studied a rare tapeworm that lived in a man's brain for four years, researchers saidю
Lost languages leave a mark on the brain
Babies adopted across international borders may not remember the language they heard in their first days, but the words leave a lasting mark on their minds.
New study suggests treatment possibility for autism
People with autism have too many synapses according to a new study that may point to a treatment for the complex disorder.
3D tissue lets US scientists study brain injury
US scientists described new advances in making 3D brain-like tissue that allows real-time research on brain trauma, disease and recovery.
Tiny chip mimics brain, delivers supercomputer speed
Researchers unveiled a powerful new postage-stamp size chip delivering supercomputer performance using a process that mimics the human brain.
Not just baby talk: chatting spurs brain development
Baby talk is more than just bonding: chatting with your infant spurs important brain development that sets the stage for lifelong learning.
Canadian blogs of battle to save baby as wife dies
A Canadian whose brain-dead pregnant wife is being kept on life support until the birth of their baby is giving the public a glimpse of his very personal tragedy.
Brain-dead Texas woman's fetus 'abnormal,' lawyers say
The fetus being carried by a pregnant American woman already declared brain dead is "distinctly abnormal".
Scientists discover hormone that blocks marijuana buzz
A naturally occurring hormone acts as spontaneous defense in the brain against the high caused by marijuana and could be useful in preventing addiction, researchers said Thursday.
Men and women's brains are wired differently: study
Women aren't very good at reading maps, and men are incapable of multi-tasking.
Skull discovery suggests early man was single species
A stunningly well-preserved skull from 1.8 million years ago offers new evidence that early man was a single species with a vast array of different looks.
Ballerina brain holds secret to balance: study
Years of training cause structural changes in a ballerina's brain that help her stay balanced in the pirouette, said a report Friday that may aid the treatment of chronic dizziness.
Study suggests brain protein as Alzheimer drug target
Scientists have a new lead on a possible treatment to slow Alzheimer's disease by targeting a protein involved in limiting flexibility in the aging brain.
Study finds brain lesions in spy plane pilots
Tiny brain lesions are vastly more common in US Air Force pilots who fly at high altitudes than in non-pilots.
Some blood pressure drugs found to slow dementia
A class of drugs designed to lower blood pressure also slightly brakes the progression of dementia among the elderly and may even boost brain power marginally.
Animal studies often biased: US scientists
Medical research that uses animals to test therapies for human brain disorders is often biased, claiming positive results and then failing in human trials.
US approves first brain wave test for ADHD
US regulators on Monday approved the first brain wave test for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, saying it may improve the accuracy of diagnoses by medical experts.
More than 9m in China with dementia
Around 9.19 million people in China had dementia in 2010, compared with 3.68 million 20 years earlier, according to a study on Friday that throws a spotlight on an emerging health crisis.
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