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Article ID: 689908

Researchers Uncover Novel Mechanism behind Schizophrenia

Case Western Reserve University

An international team of researchers led by a Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine scientist has uncovered a novel mechanism in which a protein—neuregulin 3—controls how key neurotransmitters are released in the brain during schizophrenia. The protein is elevated in people with schizophrenia and other severe mental illnesses, but the study is the first to investigate how it causes such severe mental illness.

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GW Researcher Awarded More Than $1.5 Million to Study PTSD and Cardiovascular Disease

George Washington University

Paul Marvar, PhD, at GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, received a large grant from the NIH to study a possible link between post-traumatic stress disorder and cardiovascular disease.

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Article ID: 689828

Sinai Hospital’s Brain & Spine Institute Introduces New Procedure for Irritated Nerves in Neck

LifeBridge Health

The Sandra and Malcolm Berman Brain & Spine Institute at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore recently became the first health care facility in Maryland to offer a new, minimally invasive surgical procedure for treating irritated nerves in the neck.

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Article ID: 689891

Blood Test Does Not Detect Concussions, UB Expert Warns

University at Buffalo

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Article ID: 689895

Deep Neural Networks Identifies Tumours with Unmatched Performance

Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM)

A team of artificial intelligence researchers developed a new deep-learning method to identify tumours in medical images.

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Article ID: 689876

Innovative Couples’ Intervention Significantly Helps People With Alzheimer’s Communicate

Florida Atlantic University

For couples with decades of shared memories, a partner’s decline in the ability to communicate because of dementia is frightening and frustrating. Communication strategies they’ve used before simply don’t work anymore. By getting creative, an in-home intervention to support couples affected by dementia is showing that “practice does make perfect,” both for the caregiver and the care receiver or person with dementia, and can improve their communication behaviors in just 10 weeks.

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