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Brain damage reveals part of the brain necessary for helping others

Our willingness to help others is governed by a specific brain region pinpointed by researchers in a study of patients with brain damage to that region. Learning about where in…

Scientists map networks regulating gene function in the human brain

A consortium of researchers has produced the largest and most advanced multidimensional maps of gene regulation networks in the brains of people with and without mental disorders. These maps detail…

An omega-6 fatty acid may reduce the risk for bipolar disorder

A genetic propensity to higher circulating levels of lipids containing arachidonic acid, an omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acid found in eggs, poultry, and seafood, has been found to be linked with…

Gene therapy is halting cancer. Can it work against brain tumors?

Grant of up to $11 million will fund a clinical trial at UCSF that uses a smarter new CAR-T guided by precision technology. A type of gene therapy called CAR-T…

On World Parkinson’s Day, a new theory emerges on the disease’s origins and spread

Credit Aarhus University Hospital/University of Rochester Medical Center The nose or the gut? For the past two decades, the scientific community has debated the wellspring of the toxic proteins at…

Tg Salutedomani TV: 3 AI Health special news. Heart, Antibiotic-resistant bacteria, Stroke

Artificial Intelligence tool successfully predicts fatal heart rhythm In a Leicester study that looked at whether artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to predict whether a person was at risk…

Immune Cells Identified as Key Players in Brain Health

Using novel genetic and genomic tools, researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have shed light on the role of immune cells called macrophages in lipid-rich tissues…

NIH researchers identify brain connections associated with ADHD in youth

Researchers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) have discovered that symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are tied to atypical interactions between the brain’s frontal cortex and information processing centers…