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Brain Tumors

Cognitive Decline After Radiation Therapy for Brain Tumors Might Be Prevented...

Treating brain tumors comes at a steep cost, especially for children. More than half of patients who endure radiation therapy for these tumors experience...
cognitive psychology

One Year of School Comes With an IQ Bump, Meta-Analysis Shows

A year of schooling leaves students with new knowledge, and it also equates with a small but noticeable increase to students’ IQ, according to...
intelligence

Inherited IQ Can Increase in Early Childhood

When it comes to intelligence, environment and education matter – more than we think.Those are the findings of Rutgers University psychologists Louis Matzel and...
brain regions

New Brain Mapping Technique Highlights Relationship Between Connectivity and IQ

This could take us closer to being able to get an idea of intelligence from brain scans, rather than having to rely on IQ...
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What’s in a Brain? Why Networking Might Be the Key to...

What makes some people more clever than others? One of the central aims of cognitive neuroscience is to understand how the make-up of our...
lead poisoning

Lead Poisoning a Risk at Indoor Firing Ranges

Indoor firing ranges may put hobby shooters, law enforcement officers and employees at risk from lead exposure, particularly if proper dust-control measures are not...
intelligence

Multiplayer Video Games: Researchers Discover Link Between Skill and Intelligence

Researchers at the University of York have discovered a link between young people’s ability to perform well at two popular video games and high...
calories

Less Fat, More Hair, Young Skin

Caloric restriction diets have been associated with various health benefits, but their effects on the skin have not been previously demonstrated. Research conducted at...
manganesevideo

Study Links High Manganese Levels with IQ Scores in Children

Can a chemical element critical for brain growth and development cause lower IQ and memory problems when found in excessive amounts? That appears to...
Rectal Cancer

Study Investigates the Involvement of Intestinal Bacteria in Rectal Cancer

Recent studies suggest that dysbiosis, an imbalance between beneficial and pathogenic bacteria in the gut flora, may be linked to the appearance of tumors...
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A Protein Associated with Alzheimer’s Disease Has Also Been Linked to...

It is known that mutations in the gene responsible for the amyloid precursor protein (APP) are implicated in the development of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD)....
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Brain Activity Test Detects Autism Severity, UCLA Study Finds

Findings UCLA researchers have discovered that children with autism have a tell-tale difference on brain tests compared with other children. Specifically, the researchers found that...
metamemory

Brain Changes Accompany Development of Metamemory from Childhood to Adolescence

Being able to assess our own memories helps us to avoid errors and prompts us to collect more information to fill the gaps. Psychologists...
Uric Acid

Novel Mechanism of Uric Acid’s Inflammatory Action Described

Everything happens very quickly, in a matter of milliseconds. The chemical reactions between uric acid and enzymes in the bloodstream play a key role...
self driving cars

New Way to Test Self-driving Cars Could Cut 99.9 Percent of...

Mobility researchers at the University of Michigan have devised a new way to test autonomous vehicles that bypasses the billions of miles they would...
anti tumour

Researchers Produce Artificial Compounds with Anti-tumor Activity

Anti-tumor compounds with the potential to be used in drug manufacturing are being planned, synthesized and studied at the University of São Paulo’s Chemistry...
autism

Grandma Knows Best: Research Explains How Family Members Can Impact Autism...

Early detection is critical for improving treatment for those with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). And often, those closest to a child notice the first...
pregnancy

Early Pregnancy Treatment of Subclinical Thyroid Dysfunction Has No Impact on...

Screening expectant mothers for thyroid dysfunction, and then providing thyroxine treatment as needed during pregnancy, has become a routine procedure in pre-natal care.Scientists have...
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No Benefit in Treating Mildly Low Thyroid Function in Pregnancy, NIH...

“Our results do not support routine thyroid screening in pregnancy since treatment did not improve maternal or infant outcomes.” —Uma Reddy, M.D., NICHD Pregnancy and...
peptide

Peptide Has Potential to Treat Retinopathy and Cancer

A small synthetic peptide identified by researchers at the University of São Paulo’s Chemistry Institute (IQ-USP) in Brazil has the potential to inhibit the...