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Thursday, October 9, 2014
An apparently anxious and worried mother of a teenaged girl walked into a psychiatrist’s clinic in the city and discussed the symptoms her daughter had with the psychiatrist. The well-educat...
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Tuesday, October 7, 2014
A neuroscientist, Dr. Aldo Faisal, has created a budget device that can control a computer by tracking eye movement after stumbling on a £9.95 web camera sold with a games console — a huge saving...
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July 10, 2014
Ever wondered why some couples derive similar pleasure from sipping a fine wine or watching the sunset? They share the same patterns of brain activity!
Although feelings are personal and...
March 12, 2014
Coma, unconsciousnessWhat is the difference between unconsciousness and coma?ARUN BHARATIRayagada, Odisha
The conscious state of mind results from good brain...
January 14, 2014
A cup or two of coffee could boost the brain’s ability to store long-term memories, claim researchers in the United States. People who had a shot of caffeine after looking at a series of pictures...
December 10, 2013
Given the fact that he is autistic, it was a stunning performance by Varun, who won bronze in the 50-m freestyle in the Special Olympics 2013 Asia-Pacific Games in New Castle (Australia)
November 4, 2013
Augusto Odone surely was one of the best fathers of all time. Along with his wife, Michaela, Mr. Odone defied and then amazed the medical profession when he devised an apparent treatment for his s...
September 25, 2013
If nails are dead tissue, how are they able to grow?
EDWIN BRO KOMAGAL A. Chennai
Nail is not made up of dead tissue. It is a part...
August 14, 2013
The human immunodefiency virus (HIV) while weakening and compromising the body’s immunity, is also believed to trigger HIV-associated dementia (HAD) by infecting the central nervous system. This in...
July 21, 2013
New evidence points towards interactions between the brain and higher states of consciousness
April 2, 2013
‘Autism is not a disease and the defect can be detected early’
March 4, 2013
A modern neuro-intensive ward for stroke victims was thrown open at the hospital recently
June 3, 2014
Purna Heart Institute, Suryaraopet, has launched interventional neurology services, according to Dr. A. Purnanand. Dr. K. Lakshmi Sudha Prasanna will be heading the team of neurologists, Mr. Purnan...
January 25, 2014
Huda Zoghbi to present her research findings in three cities
December 25, 2013
How experience of a person modifies brain structure and function has been an engaging theme of research among neuroscientists. The so called “Mozart effect” is an example. Some researchers claimed...
November 24, 2013
In India, many people continue to thrive on their ability to drive out the spirits and the spectrum would include sorcerers apart from neurologists and psychologists
October 22, 2013
Life was great for 57-year-old Aruna (name changed), a mother of three children and an organised housewife, until she felt a reeling sensation a year ago. She brushed the symptom aside c...
August 24, 2013
While there is no definitive cure for autism, early intervention programmes can help children lead better lives.
July 22, 2013
The city’s performance in the cadaver transplant programme is improving but there is plenty of room for improvement, say experts.Under the programme, vital organs are harvested from patient...
June 24, 2013
Three different cases were taken up by the Manipal Hospital for the workshop
March 27, 2013
“Madurai is showing less interest. I am trying to motivate the parents. They still do not see or understand the reality of autism,” declares Prof.Parasuram Ramamoorthi, chairman, Velvi Trust. »
March 2, 2013
Awake Craniotomy is a procedure where the patient is kept awake during brain surgery to reduce risk of post-operative disabilities.
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French economist Jean Tirole won the 2014 economics Nobel Prize for his analysis of market power and regulation.