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2010-10-13 11:06:41

People's brains are more responsive to friends than to strangers, even if the stranger has more in common, according to a study in the Oct 13 issue of The Journal of Neuroscience.

2010-09-30 16:54:39

New research provides evidence of the vicious cycle created when an obese individual overeats to compensate for reduced pleasure from food.

2010-09-16 17:07:05

Elevated levels of a growth protein in the brains of Alzheimer's disease (AD) patients is linked to impaired neurogenesis, the process by which new neurons are generated.

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2010-09-15 09:56:46

Study suggests honey bees' circadian rhythms depend on contact with young.

2010-08-04 14:34:23

Cocaine-associated 'cues' less likely to lead to relapse with behavioral therapy and memory drug, animal study suggests.

2010-06-02 15:43:53

Brain research suggests Chinese-speaking adults reading English recall the sound of Chinese translations.

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2010-05-05 07:55:34

Study finds severe gamblers show greater response in brain regions associated with reward.

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2010-04-28 09:02:09

Animal study suggests new target that might help aid recovery for patients with traumatic injuries.

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2010-04-14 09:30:02

Animal study suggests a mutated protein in brain cells can lead to cardiac arrest in people with epilepsy.

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2010-03-24 08:21:37

Animal study furthers our understanding of inherited neurodegenerative disease.


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