AGGIORNAMENTO SCIENTIFICO IN TEMPO REALE FORNITO DA:
- Anti-aging Potential Found in an Invasive Weedby Neuroscience News on 29 Marzo 2023
The spikey fruits of the invasive weed Cocklebur have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can promote the production of collagen in the skin.
- Fibromyalgia May Worsen Opioid Addictionby Neuroscience News on 29 Marzo 2023
Pain associated with fibromyalgia may put patients at risk of developing opioid use disorder, a new study reports.
- How Dogs Are Used Impacts How They Are Treatedby Neuroscience News on 29 Marzo 2023
A dog's behavioral functions are strong predictors of how its owners treat them.
- Phthalate Alternative May Harm Brain Development and Healthby Neuroscience News on 29 Marzo 2023
Acetyl tributyl citrate (ATBC), commonly used as an alternative to phthalates, may not be a safer option when it comes to brain development. ATBCs disrupt the growth and maintenance of neurons in the brain.
- Individualized Brain Fingerprints Can Help to Uncover Early Signs of Alzheimer’s Diseaseby Neuroscience News on 28 Marzo 2023
A novel neuroimaging technique allows physicians to visualize subtle brain changes on an individualized level in patients with pre-clinical Alzheimer's disease.
- Bacterial Toxin May Trigger Multiple Sclerosis Onset and Relapseby Neuroscience News on 28 Marzo 2023
Findings reveal a toxin-producing gut bacteria may be responsible for triggering the onset of multiple sclerosis and play a significant role in the progression of the disease.
- The Drugs Don’t Work: Meditation and Training Are Better at Sparking Creativityby Neuroscience News on 28 Marzo 2023
Despite the common myth, alcohol and narcotics are the least effective means to spark creativity, researchers report. Instead, complex training, meditation, and cultural exposure add a boost to your creative flow.
- A Novel Biomarker for Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Diseaseby Neuroscience News on 28 Marzo 2023
Astrocytic α7-subunit of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (α7nAChRs) have been implicated as a novel biomarker for the diagnosis of early Alzheimer's disease.
- Human Aging Is the End-Product of Our Developmental Programby Neuroscience News on 28 Marzo 2023
A new study reports aging may not be a result of accumulative damage to the body, but instead is the result of "design" flaws in our DNA that orchestrates the development of single cells into an adult organism.
- Using Virtual Reality to Investigate Autism’s Neural Network Dynamicsby Neuroscience News on 28 Marzo 2023
Combining novel virtual reality imaging with machine learning, researchers were able to accurately detect mouse models of ASD compared to wild-type mice based on cortical functional network dynamics while the animal was in motion.
- Marijuana-Derived Compound CBD Could Reverse Opioid Overdosesby Neuroscience News on 28 Marzo 2023
Compounds based on CBD can reduce fentanyl opioid binding and boost the effects of naloxone, a fast-acting opioid antidote.
- Positive Experiences in Close Relationships Are Associated With Better Physical Healthby Neuroscience News on 28 Marzo 2023
The way you feel about your close social and personal relationships may have a significant impact on the way your body functions.