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How stress tears us apart

19/09/2014 - A team from the EPFL Brain Mind Institute has discovered an important synaptic mechanism: the activation of a cleaving enzyme, leading to behavioral problems connected to chronic stress. read more

'Pocket doctor' diagnosis for degenerative disease

18/09/2014 - Smartphones will soon be able to perform the functions of a 'pocket doctor' and map Parkinson’s disease and other degenerative diseases, thanks to the work of an Aston University mathematician. With Smartphones now able to accurately record movement, activity, location and differences in vocal tone, extensive research is being conducted into their potential as a medical diagnostic tool. read more

Researchers debunk myth about Parkinson's disease

17/09/2014 - The defining symptoms of Parkinson's disease are slow movements, muscular stiffness and shaking. It is essential to conduct innovative research with the potential to shed some light on this disruption to the central nervous system. Using advanced computer models, neuroscience researchers at the University of Copenhagen have gained new knowledge about the complex processes. read more

Schizophrenia not a single disease but multiple genetically distinct disorders

16/09/2014 - New research shows that schizophrenia isn't a single disease but a group of eight genetically distinct disorders, each with its own set of symptoms. The finding could be a first step toward improved diagnosis and treatment for the debilitating psychiatric illness. read more

Device developed for sepsis therapy

16/09/2014 - Things can go downhill fast when a patient has sepsis, a life-threatening condition in which bacteria or fungi multiply in a patient's blood - often too fast for antibiotics to help. A new device inspired by the human spleen and developed by a team at Harvard's Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering may radically transform the way doctors treat sepsis. read more

Imaging technique improves tremor surgery

15/09/2014 - A Freiburg research team at the Medical Center – University of Freiburg, has succeeded in more accurately determining the position of the particular bundle of nerve fibers in the brain that deep brain stimulation needs to activate. read more

Steroid hormone to fight age-related diseases

12/09/2014 - Through the study of the roundworm, Caenorhabditis elegans, the team led by Hugo Aguilaniu has discovered a hormone that enhances longevity and reduces fertility, thus reproducing the effects of an extreme diet. read more

Exercise before school may reduce ADHD symptoms in kids

12/09/2014 - Paying attention all day in school as a kid isn't easy, especially for those who are at a higher risk of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). A new study from Michigan State University and University of Vermont researchers shows that offering daily, before-school, aerobic activities to younger, at-risk children could help in reducing the symptoms of ADHD in the classroom and at home. read more

Mothers' responses to babies' crying: Benefiting from and getting over childhood experiences

10/09/2014 - A new study has found that mothers whose childhood experiences with caregivers was positive and those who have come to terms with negative experiences are more infant-oriented when they see videos of babies crying and respond more sensitively to their own babies' cries. read more

Researchers identify a new target for treating heart failure

10/09/2014 - As a heart fails, losing its ability to squeeze blood through the circulatory system, the body releases a neurohormone that interferes with the heart's best chance to improve contractility, a team of Temple University School of Medicine researchers show in a study. read more

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