14 Apr, 2024
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Intestinal Bacteria May Reinforce Alzheimer’s Disease: Study

Do you know Intestinal Bacteria or Gut bacteria are accountable to the growth of Alzheimer’s disease? Well, this is true!  A new medical survey, conducted by the researchers from the Lund University in Sweden has revealed that gut bacteria can step up the growth of Alzheimer’s disease, a discovery which may pave revolutionary paths for […]

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Spending Longer Time in Space Can Have Detrimental Effect on Human Brain: Study Reveals

It has been long acknowledged that spending a longer time in space can have detrimental effects on human body. But now research has come up with the view that, long space journey creates setbacks for the human brain too. The study, conducted by a team of researchers from the University of Michigan has revealed that […]

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Brain-Computer Interface helped Patients with Complete Locked-In Syndrome to Use Their Mind for Communication

Earlier, it is widely believed that patients with complete locked-in syndrome – a paralyzed condition where the patient is awake but can’t communicate verbally – usually lives an unsatisfied life and lacks those grants which are mandatory for living a basic quality life. But a new research, conducted by a team of European scientists have […]

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Years of Bilingualism Makes People More Immune To Dementia: Study

People, who know two languages are more immune to dementia than the people who are acquainted with only one language, revealed a recently conducted research. The study, done by a group of researchers from Université de Montréal suggested that, if you are acquainted with two or more languages, possibilities are that you will have much […]

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Hating Music? You May Have Poor Brain Connectivity, Study Suggests

There are many people in the world who extremely dislike music. While liking and disliking music previously believed to be a matter of personal choice, a recently conducted study has raised questions over this belief. The latest research, mutually conducted by the researchers of the University of Barcelona in Spain and the Montreal Neurological Institute […]