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( Research offers hope for preventing post-COVID 'brain fog' by targeting brain's blood vessels
Mar 21st 2024, 15:48

Researchers have identified a mechanism that causes neurological problems in mice infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus behind COVID-19. The researchers also found a treatment that helped prevent these changes.

( Treating anxiety, depression in people with heart disease reduced ER visits, hospitalizations
Mar 20th 2024, 12:24

Treating anxiety and depression significantly reduced hospital readmission and emergency room visits in people with heart disease.This may be the first study to show that treating anxiety and depression with medication or psychotherapy has a significant impact on heart disease outcomes.

( In flies, a single brain cell can drive multiple movements of the body
Mar 20th 2024, 12:23

Motor neurons are the cells the brain uses to command muscles to act. Scientists typically thought of them as simple connections, much like the cables that link computers with their accessories. Now, in fly studies, researchers have discovered that single motor neurons can each direct an insect's body to move in far more complex ways than previously thought.

( Five factors to ensure an infant thrives
Mar 18th 2024, 16:45

Researchers make the case that five 'Thrive Factors' are a key element of healthy human brain, behavioral and cognitive development.

( Researchers find unanticipated complexity in aging brain's memory decline
Mar 18th 2024, 14:22

Researchers have discovered that the causes of age-related memory decline are more complicated than previously believed. Their study found that neural dedifferentiation is driven by different mechanisms depending on the type of visual stimuli the brain is trying to recall.

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