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Inventions, technologies, devices - something new always happens in the field of medical technology. Experts, researchers and inventors talk about prospects of new treatments and sometimes also their dangers - on


Beer compound could help fend off brain disorders

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Photo: A cold glass of beer [30/01/2015] The health-promoting perks of wine have attracted the spotlight recently, leaving beer in the shadows. But scientists are discovering new ways in which the latter could be a more healthful beverage than once thought.Beer compound could help fend off brain disorders - Read more

Dragnet for epilepsy genes

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Photo: Surgical specimen of brain tissue [26/01/2015] An international team of scientists together with the University of Bonn Hospital have taken a new path in the research into causes of epilepsy: The researchers determined the networks of the active genes and, like a dragnet, looked for the "main perpetrators" using a computer model.Dragnet for epilepsy genes - Read more

Do vascular diseases deliver clues to treat Alzheimer's?

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Graphic: Iconic man on a seesaw between heart and brain [16/01/2015] A growing body of research suggests that the most common cause of dementia in older people is a mix of vascular and Alzheimer's-related brain abnormalities, and that approximately half of people who die with Alzheimer's also have evidence of strokes in their brains.Do vascular diseases deliver clues to treat Alzheimer's? - Read more

Do viruses make us smarter?

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Photo: Young female student with a laptop and a book [13/01/2015] A new study from Lund University in Sweden indicates that inherited viruses that are millions of years old play an important role in building up the complex networks that characterize the human brain.Do viruses make us smarter? - Read more

Brain depends on gut bacteria for protection

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Photo: X-Ray showing three different mice [10/12/2014] With the abundance of information available about eating right, no one could question the capacity of your brain to protect your digestive tract. But a recent study shows that the intestines may in turn be protecting the brain, long before you are old enough to surf health and nutrition websites.Brain depends on gut bacteria for protection - Read more


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