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Powerful brain imaging provides new insights on neurological symptoms of COVID-19
Dementia seen but not yet heard
Study finds antisense oligonucleotides to treat MECP2 disorder
What happens in your brain when you ‘lose yourself’ in fiction
Is your child afraid of dentist? CBT could help
Stanford-led study highlights importance of letting kids take lead
UNE Center for Global Humanities presents ‘Not Born Yesterday: Why Humans Are Less Gullible Than We Think’
New project seeks answers about needs of preschool children
Study reveals growing neurons gain an edge by making connections
Regular exercise may help new and expecting moms stave off depression during pandemic
Continued flight in poor weather claimed four lives in 2019 floatplane crash on Addenbroke Island, BC
Brain’s ‘wiring insulation’ is one of major factors of age-related brain deterioration
Study compares discrimination claims of younger and older Americans with cancer
I ain’t afraid of no ghosts: people with mind-blindness not so easily spooked
Calling All Firefighters: A New Research Study Wants to Hear from You
Complement inhibition reverses mental losses after traumatic brain injury in preclinical models
5 ways to spot if someone is trying to mislead you when it comes to science
Study: Aviation Industry Safety Advances Can Improve Hospital Alarm Design
Men and women show different traits in gambling addiction
Happiness of Centenarians a Severely Neglected Area of Research
For children, it’s not just about getting enough sleep
Learning Materials for Disadvantaged Families Help Boost Early Childhood Development
An IAP class in four-part harmony
Exercising in morning might make it harder to remember things that evening, study suggests
UBCO’s substance use clinic accepting new patients virtually
Location, Location, Location: Regional Tau Deposits in Healthy Elders Predict Alzheimer Disease
Can’t solve a riddle? answer might lie in knowing what doesn’t work
Citizen scientists show placebo effect may explain benefits of microdosing
A Proclamation on Read Across America Day, 2021
Brain damage can be detected in COVID-19 patients
Weathering storm: focus on your mental health
Sharing stories of resilience
In Era of Online Learning, New Testing Method Aims To Reduce Cheating
Disability Royal Commission continues its hearing on education and training of health professionals
Researchers hope to improve provision for children with rare diseases
People impacted by dementia demand a commitment to quality dementia care
Two days is not enough notice for major changes to NDIS
‘Climate Crisis: Take Action’ Is Third Pop-Up Class Offering at UConn
A-maze-ing pheasants have two ways of navigating
Basic cell health systems wear down in Huntington’s disease, analysis shows
‘Night owls’ may be twice as likely as morning ‘larks’ to underperform at work
‘Mind-reading’ test validates remarkable world of synaesthetes
Researchers identify four causes for ‘Zoom fatigue’ and their simple fixes
Registration open for seminar about improving grassroots policy support
Fight or flight? Why individuals react as they do
New therapeutic target for Huntington’s treatment
Depressed and out of work? Therapy may help you find a job
How this biology lab class went virtual during pandemic