Doctors find a cure for rare uncontrollable laughter condition

Doctors find a cure for rare uncontrollable laughter condition

Laughter is the best medicine, except when it is actually the symptom of an illness. Medical residen...
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The ever-changing brain: Shining a light on synaptic plasticity

The ever-changing brain: Shining a light on synaptic plasticity

Synapses allow neurons to communicate with one ano...
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VA, DoD update guideline for rehabilitation after stroke

VA, DoD update guideline for rehabilitation after stroke

(HealthDay)—In a systematic review and clinical ...
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Bacteria in your spit might play a role in heart disease

Bacteria in your spit might play a role in heart disease

Bacteria in the saliva of people with clogged arte...
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A key to the opioid crisis may be knowing why some brains are more easily addicted

A key to the opioid crisis may be knowing why some brains are more easily addicted

Today, more Americans die from overdoses than car ...
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Statins not associated with memory or cognition decline in elderly, may be protective in some patients

Statins not associated with memory or cognition decline in elderly, may be protective in some patients

Given consumer concern that statins may be associa...
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New clinical guideline for the treatment and prevention of drug-resistant tuberculosis

New clinical guideline for the treatment and prevention of drug-resistant tuberculosis

The American Thoracic Society, Centers for Disease...
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2/3 of parents cite barriers in recognizing youth depression

2/3 of parents cite barriers in recognizing youth depression

Telling the difference between a teen’s norm...
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New candidate cancer genes identified using math models

New candidate cancer genes identified using math models

Computational modeling is the use of computers to ...
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Childhood episode of pancreatitis may up risk for diabetes later

Childhood episode of pancreatitis may up risk for diabetes later

(HealthDay)—A history of a clinically resolved, ...
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