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Sweat chamber developed to study neurological symptoms

The company Sentara Healthcare has developed a so-termed “sweat chamber” to diagnose patients suffering from symptoms related to the autonomic nervous system.

Obama's brain initiative asks for extra $4.5 billion

Washington - A committee for the U.S. BRAIN Initiative (a neuroscience research program), has said that taxpayers should provide a further $4.5 billion in funding.

Op-Ed: One more girl: 13-year-old American injured by the HPV vaccine Special

Thirteen-year-old Skylee Butler's life has not been the same since receiving the Human papillomavirus or HPV vaccine in Massachusetts last August.

New technique to help combat neurological diseases

Scientists have described a new method for efficiently transporting antibodies across the blood-brain barrier (BBB). The BBB imposes a major challenge to the development of therapies for neurological diseases.

New Alzheimer’s-associated genes identified

Paris - Analysis has identified 11 new areas associated with onset of the neurodegenerative disease Alzheimer's. The finding helps scientists to understand more about the disease.

Op-Ed: Neurological Chiropractor says head trauma in sports is serious Special

San Francisco - The Kezar Pavilion near San Francisco's Golden Gate Park was filled almost to capacity on Aug.24 for the 14th Dragon House Mixed Martial Arts event. Amid the noise and excitement, only a few steps away from ringside was Dr. Christopher DeMartini,

Neurological scientists to create telepathic rats

Scientists claim wired brain connections between rats allow them to communicate across continents using the internet. Rats have collaborated telepathically across continents using neurotechnology to transmit thoughts directly between those rats' brains.

Study: Psychopaths' brains differ in structure, function

Scientists from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the University of New Mexico and The Mind Research Network found Images of psychopathic prisoners' brains showed less connectivity, suggesting neurological causes for antisocial behavior.

Fainting kitten video goes viral on YouTube

The latest YouTube video to go viral on the Internet features a pair of kittens named Charlie and Spike. They aren't your average furry felines: they are afflicted with myotonia congenita, otherwise known as "fainting goat" syndrome.

Multitasking could cause neurological damage

Time to stop being a multitasking super hero. A newly released study shows our brains tend to act like a zombie when it's dealing with different tasks simultaneously.
 

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