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Article ID: 689675

Stretchable Electronics a 'Game Changer' for Stroke Recovery Treatment

Northwestern University

A new throat sensor is the latest in engineering professor John Rogers' growing portfolio of stretchable electronics that are precise enough for use in advanced medical care and portable enough to be worn outside the hospital, even during extreme exercise.

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Article ID: 689745

U.S. Government Personnel Exposed to Noise in Cuba Show Signs of Brain Injury Normally Seen With Head Trauma

Association of Academic Physiatrists (AAP)

At least 21 government employees who were exposed to unusual noises while serving at the United States Embassy in Havana, Cuba, show effects similar to traumatic brain injury, according to preliminary study results published this week in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

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Article ID: 689697

UCI Cracks Code to Restoring Memory Creation in Older or Damaged Brains

University of California, Irvine

Aging or impaired brains can once again form lasting memories if an enzyme that applies the brakes too hard on a key gene is lifted, according to University of California, Irvine neurobiologists.

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Article ID: 689361

New Research: Increased Stress on Fathers Leads to Brain Development Changes in Offspring

University of Maryland School of Medicine

New research in mice has found that a father’s stress affects the brain development of his offspring. This stress changes the father’s sperm, which can then alter the brain development of the child. This new research provides a much better understanding of the key role that fathers play in the brain development of offspring.

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Article ID: 689659

Missouri S&T Explosives Researcher Studies Blast-Induced Brain Injuries

Missouri University of Science and Technology

ROLLA, Mo. – The Experimental Mine at Missouri University of Science and Technology is known to many as the site of a popular summer Explosives Camp for high school students, and for its designation by Popular Science magazine as the country’s “coolest lab.” For Dr. Catherine Johnson, assistant professor of explosives engineering, the Missouri S&T mine is also an invaluable testing ground to study a life-altering ailment that can impact athletes, car accident victims, members of the military and others: traumatic brain injury (TBI).

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Article ID: 688270

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UCLA School of Nursing

How do you explain to a child that Grandpa or Grandma has Alzheimer’s disease?

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Stroke Survivor Beats the Odds with Help from AR SAVES Network

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

But the statewide tele-stroke network and quick-responding emergency medical professionals in Bald Knob and Searcy all saved him precious time in stroke treatment and ensured that the saved time meant a saved life.

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当身体攻击大脑时:研究发现免疫系统往往是脑炎的罪魁祸首

Mayo Clinic

Mayo Clinic的研究人员在“Annals of Neurology”上报道,就发病频率而言,由免疫系统攻击大脑引起的脑炎与感染导致的脑炎类似。脑炎是描述脑部炎症的一个术语,其症状包括发烧,精神错乱,记忆力减退,精神病和癫痫发作。 它会在几天到几周的时间内迅速发展,并且可能会危及生命。 传统上认为感染导致了绝大多数的脑炎病例,但这项研究显示自身免疫是同样常见的导致脑炎的原因。

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Article ID: 689531

FAU Brain Institute Awarded $780,000 from Stiles-Nicholson Foundation to Launch ASCEND Program

Florida Atlantic University

To address the national shortage in STEM (science-technology-engineering and math) career-oriented students, the FAU Brain Institute has received a $780,000 grant from the Stiles-Nicholson Foundation to launch an innovative program targeted at middle and high school students in Palm Beach County.

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