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neurosciencenews: How memories form and fade Stable memories are encoded by teams of neurons firing in synchrony, providing redundancy ..read more
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neurosciencenews: Your Brain with a Migraine Researchers have identified the electrical activity specific to the start of migraines and ..read more
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neurosciencenews: Migraines linked to higher risk of dementia Migraines significantly increase the risk of developing all types of ..read more
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ucsdhealthsciences: How the Eyes Might Be Windows to the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease Researchers say how quickly a person’s pupil ..read more
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neurosciencestuff: How the brain reacts to loss of vision If mice lose their vision immediately after birth due to a genetic defect, ..read more
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neurosciencestuff: A study from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) investigators sheds new light on how the hallmarks of Alzheimer ..read more
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bpod-mrc: Rush of Blood These delicate traces reveal the complex network of blood vessels winding through a mouse’s brain, many of ..read more
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neurosciencenews: How emotion affects action Researchers have identified a comprehensive circuit mechanism that governs how emotional ..read more
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neurosciencenews: Drinking tea improves brain health Older people who drink tea at least four times a week have better brain efficiency ..read more
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biomedicool: Central nervous system Glutamate  GABA  Glycine  Dopamine  Serotonin  Noradrenaline  Histamine  Orexin  ..read more

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