The Polio virus was a killer and crippler for centuries, but now researchers may have a found a game changer for cancer.
St. Louis University researchers find people may be hardwired to fall out of love and move on to new romantic relationships.
Attorneys for Cecil Clayton, 74, argue in last-minute appeals and a clemency request that Clayton has dementia and brain damage from a 1972 sawmill accident.
“This study really gives us a more feasible, tangible target and suggests that early interventions that target parenting may be tremendously important,” Dr. Joan Luby explained.
In patients with early Alzheimer’s, disruptions in brain networks emerge about the same time as chemical markers of the disease appear in the spinal fluid.
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A new study finds that fast-food restaurant logos are “imprinted” in a child’s brain.
Seau’s death echoed last year’s suicide of former Chicago Bears defensive back Dave Duerson. Duerson left a note asking for his brain to be studied for signs of brain trauma.