Dyslexia may be more than a reading disorder: Study

Dyslexia may be more than a reading disorder: Study

A distinctive neural signature found in the brains of people with dyslexia may explain why they have difficulty in learning to read and adapting to sensory inputs, according to a new study.

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Snippet: Marker of neuroendocrine vulnerability

Snippet: Marker of neuroendocrine vulnerability

The timing and rate of estrogen withdrawal before menses may be a marker of neuroendocrine vulnerability in women with migraine.

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New Test Could Improve Diagnosis of Rare, Fatal Brain Disorder

New Test Could Improve Diagnosis of Rare, Fatal Brain Disorder

A rare and fatal brain disorder called sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease can be challenging to identify, with patients needing to undergo a number of tests before a diagnosis can be made.

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Resolving contradictions: Better understanding the basic role of the brain’s Default Mode Network

Resolving contradictions: Better understanding the basic role of the brain’s Default Mode Network

With thousands of basic and clinical neuroscience studies carried out over the past 15 years, the Default Mode Network (DMN)

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In a first, scientists track human thought by imaging brain activity

In a first, scientists track human thought by imaging brain activity

New Delhi: For the first time ever, scientist have managed to successfully tack human thought by imaging brain activity using fast fMRI.

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Video: Implanted Brain – Computer Interface in a Locked-In Patient

Video: Implanted Brain – Computer Interface in a Locked-In Patient

Patients with brainstem strokes or degenerative disorders such as ALS may have normal cognition without the ability to move or speak. Could a brain–computer interface enable autonomous communication? New research findings are summarized in a short video

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It’s all in the eyes: Women and men really do see things differently

It’s all in the eyes: Women and men really do see things differently

Women and men look at faces and absorb visual information in different ways, which suggests there is a gender difference in understanding visual cues, according to a team of scientists that included psychologists from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).

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Eyes can reveal onset of Alzheimer’s disease

Eyes can reveal onset of Alzheimer’s disease

In a breakthrough research, US scientists have identified that early signs of Alzheimer's disease can be detected by looking at the back of patients' eyes.

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Snippet: Declarative memory cue strategy in Parkinsons disease

Snippet: Declarative memory cue strategy in Parkinsons disease

Declarative memory cue strategy leads to significant long-term improvements in gait performance in patients with parkinsons disease. Consequent improvements in independence in activities of daily living (ADL) makes this strategy useful in motor rehabilitation of such patients.

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Video: What Causes Migraines?

Video: What Causes Migraines?

Have you ever wondered what a migraine is and how to treat them? In this video you will find everything you want to know about migraines!

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