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Young neurons in mature brains

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A new study uncovered the existence of immature neurons in adult brains well into old age, adding more weight to the longstanding debate of whether neurogenesis really stops after adolescence. The findings, published online in…

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Could the gut-brain axis have a role in stroke recovery?

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Acute disruption of bacterial populations in the gut after stroke could have a detrimental effect on recovery, according to new research. The role that our…

Genetic link uncovered that could help protect against PTSD

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A new study has identified a link between fear memory and TIA1, a prion-related RNA-binding protein whose capacity to form various types of intracellular aggregates…

FDA issues warnings on illegal Alzheimer’s drugs

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On 11 February 2019, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued warnings to 17 companies that illegally sold more than 50 products claiming…

Stem-cell therapy puts the brakes on MS

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New data reveal the power of stem-cell transplantation in slowing or even halting disease progression in patients with RRMS, thereby reinvigorating further exploration of cellular…

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