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World Multiple Sclerosis Day - 05/29/2013

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Photo: Multiple Sclerosis Ribbon [24/05/2013] Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a neurological disease. Its different manifestations cause progressive forms of disability that strongly vary in severity. More than two million people are affected worldwide. For their whole lifetime, they have to deal both with the disease itself and its effects, once it has emerged.World Multiple Sclerosis Day - 05/29/2013 - Read more

Nerves: Reversing Paralysis with Restorative Gel

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Photo: Nerve cells connect [14/05/2013] Some parts of the body, like the liver, can regenerate themselves after damage. But others, such as our nervous system, are considered either irreparable or slow to recover, leaving thousands with a lifetime of pain, limited mobility, or even paralysis.Nerves: Reversing Paralysis with Restorative Gel - Read more

Matrix: Cells Control Neuronal Connections

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Photo: Neuron in the net [07/05/2013] Environment moulds behaviour - and not just that of people in society, but also at the microscopic level. This is because, for their function, neurons are dependent on the cell environment, the so-termed extracellular matrix. Matrix: Cells Control Neuronal Connections - Read more

Heart Disease: Risk Factors May Decrease Brain Function

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Photo: Heart [06/05/2013] Brain function in adults as young as 35 may decline as their heart disease risk factors increase, according to new research.Heart Disease: Risk Factors May Decrease Brain Function - Read more

Stress: Persistent Pain Has a Neurobiological Basis

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Photo: Woman has pain [03/05/2013] A new study led by University of North Carolina School of Medicine researchers is the first to identify a genetic risk factor for persistent pain after traumatic events such as motor vehicle collision and sexual assault.Stress: Persistent Pain Has a Neurobiological Basis - Read more

 
 
 
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