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    Study looks for the source of creativity in the brain

    Washington D.C.: Neuroscientists who studied the brain activity of jazz guitarists during improvisations have suggested that creativity prompted from an unfamiliar situation is a “right-brain” activity. A brain-imaging study out of Drexel…

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    Researchers discover novel brain disorder

    Washington D.C.: New neurodegenerative disorder in which children experience developmental regression and severe epilepsy has been uncovered in recent research. The study, led by the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) and published…

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    Scientists use brain wave to predict biased decisions

    Washington D.C.: According to the latest research, the strength of alpha brain waves reveal if you are about to make a biased decision. Everyone has biases, and neuroscientists can see what happens…

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    Exercise may slow brain aging in older adults

    New York: Regular walking, gardening, swimming and dancing may slow brain aging and prevent brain shrinkage in older adults, say researchers. The study used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans to measure the…

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    Scientists show how brain differentiates lyrics from music

    Washington D.C. [USA]: The perception of speech and music – two of the most uniquely human uses of sound – is enabled by specialized neural systems in different brain hemispheres adapted to…

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    Health issues during 20s likely to develop weaker brain: Study

    Washington: A new preliminary study has found that health issues in your 20s may lead to having problems with thinking, memory skills and the brain’s ability to properly regulate its blood flow…

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    Wearing hearing aids can improve brain function, says research

    Washington: Hearing loss can have adverse effects on older people making the quality of life poor. A new research has identified that wearing hearing aids can help to delay cognitive decline and…

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    Meditation practice leaves traces in brain

    Washington: According to a recent study, the subjective feeling of well-being experienced by many people with the practice of meditation is correlated with specific changes in the brain as researchers at IMT…

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    Surgeons use robot to fix brain aneurysms

    Los Angeles: Using a robot to treat brain aneurysms is feasible and could allow for improved precision when placing stents, coils and other devices, according to a recent study. Brain aneurysms are…

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    Breast milk boosts brain development in babies

    New York: With maternal factors, such as breast milk, having been shown to affect a baby’s development, now researchers have found that the carbohydrate, the oligosaccharide 2’FL, found in breast milk enhances…

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    Stressing too much can affect your thinking process

    Missouri: Researchers after a new study have found out that stress can impact aspects of the thinking process of humans including problem-solving. The study was conducted by the researchers of the University…

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    Soybean oil diet may trigger genetic changes in brain

    New York: Widely consumed soybean oil not only leads to obesity and diabetes but may also affect neurological conditions like autism, Alzheimer’s disease, anxiety and depression, report researchers from University of California…

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    Scientists breach the brain fortress to cure tumors

    Washington: Researchers have figured out a new method to bypass the blood-brain barrier in situations where it begins to play a counterproductive role by expelling the immune system cell through its drainage…

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    Study explains how brain balances pleasure and pain

    Washington: In an experiment done on a mouse model, researchers have discovered how the brain divides the labor to handle the opposing behavioral motivations – seeking pleasure and avoiding pain. As brains…

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    Scientists observe MRI in order to predict child intelligence

    Washington: A group of researchers have used ensemble approaches focused on deep 3D analysis networks to answer the global MRI prevision challenge for young people. In an international MRI-based teenage intelligence prediction…

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