Nature Neuroscience

EXAMINE THE coping strategies that have helped you in the past and try to apply them in the present.

Neuroscientist reveals top 5 things you should avoid for a healthy brain

More sleep, less alcohol -- Here are TikToker Cody Isabel's dos and don'ts to stay healthy.

Revolutionary neuroscience treatment can save millions

Game-changing technology for serious head injuries and cerebral hemorrhage provides neurosurgeons with critical data and information.

By LIOR NOVIK
28/06/2022

Israeli migraine device proves ‘effective, safe, sustainable’ in real-world study

Eighty percent of patients using Israel-based Theranica’s Nerivio no longer need prescription migraine medications, peer-reviewed research shows.

CMT: The most common rare disease that you probably haven’t heard of

October is CMT Awareness Month. Up to one in 2,500 people suffer from the neuropathic illness.

Australian researchers develop hydrogel to combat Parkinson's

A gel made of amino acids can be used to treat symptoms of Parkinson's disease - Australian National University researchers

By REUTERS
10/08/2021
John Daly

'This is not science fiction,' say scientists pushing for 'neuro-rights'

“This is the first time in history that humans can have access to the contents of people's minds,” said Rafael Yuste, a neuroscience professor at Columbia University.

By REUTERS
04/12/2020

Severe COVID-19 can damage the brain, preliminary study finds

The most common brain complication seen was stroke, which was reported in 77 of 125 patients. Of these, most were in patients over 60, and most were caused by a blood clot in the brain.

By REUTERS
26/06/2020
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'Love hormone' doesn't always lead to happily ever after, researchers find

It has long been thought that oxytocin was responsible for positive social behavior, leading to it being dubbed the 'love hormone,' but new research suggests it's more complicated than that.

A neurosurgeon looks through an eyepiece on the KINEVO 900 microscope at Hadassah Ein Kerem

Hadassah Ein Kerem to use world’s most advanced microscope

Manufactured by German optical company Zeiss, the KINEVO 900 features a visualization system that allows surgeons to view elements such as blood vessels and tumors in high-resolution.

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