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How Sore Is Too Sore When Working Out?

It’s normal to feel sore after your first day of a new workout, but maybe you’ve heard horror stories of people who ended up in the hospital after they destroyed themselves with a super intense workout. Chances are, your soreness is normal, but here’s how to know. Read more...
Tags: Lifehacks, Stretching, Physical Exercise, Weakness, Exercise Physiology, Neurological Disorders, Clinical Medicine, Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, Rhabdomyolysis, Branches Of Biology, Medical Specialties, Health Medical Pharma


Over a third of COVID-19 survivors experience a neurological or mental-health condition in the 6 months after infection, a large-scale study finds

The most common mental health conditions in the six months after catching COVID-19 were anxiety and mood disorders. Getty Images One in three people with COVID-19 had neurological or mental health conditions in the six months following illness in a new study. Anxiety and mood disorders were the most common following COVID-19. People with severe illness were at highest risk of rarer neurological complications, the study found. See more stories on Insider's business page. One in three pe...
Tags: Health, Science, Trends, Mental Health, Healthcare, Astrazeneca, Fda, Oxford University, Harrison, ITU, King s College London, Paul Harrison, Neurological Disorders, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID


A Dementia-Like Illness Has Sickened Over 40 People in Canada

Doctors in Canada are puzzled over a cluster of people coming down with a dementia-like brain disorder with no known diagnosis. Over the past half-decade, dozens of residents in New Brunswick are thought to have developed the condition, which includes symptoms such as memory loss, behavioral changes, and…Read more...
Tags: Medical Terminology, Science, Medicine, Canada, New Brunswick, Disease, Dementia, Brian Cashman, Neurological Disorders, Amyloidosis, Branches Of Biology, Health Medical Pharma, Psychiatric Diagnosis, Aging Associated Diseases, Central Nervous System Disease, Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies




UCLA Scientists Successfully 'Jump-Start' the Brains of People in a Coma-Like State

Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles are continuing to find success using ultrasound to “jump-start” the brains of people stuck in a minimally conscious state. In a report out this month, they detail two patients with chronic and severe brain injuries who experienced improvements in their awareness…Read more...
Tags: Science, Articles, Consciousness, Philosophy, Ultrasound, Coma, Ucla, Acoustics, University of California Los Angeles, Neurological Disorders, Intensive Care Medicine, Technology_internet, Entertainment_culture, Branches Of Philosophy, Neurotrauma, Minimally Conscious State


Researchers found far higher levels of coronavirus in the brains of mice than the lungs - a possible explanation for neurological symptoms

Medical staff member Gabriel Cervera Rodriguez examines a patient's MRI images at the COVID-19 intensive care unit at United Memorial Medical Center in Houston, Texas on December 10, 2020. Go Nakamura/Getty Images The coronavirus can linger indefinitely in the brains of mice, according to a new study. The research may help explain persistent neurological issues in humans, such as dizziness, headaches, or brain fog. In some cases, these neurological problems could give rise to chronic i...
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A third of COVID-19 survivors are diagnosed with conditions like stroke, dementia, and psychosis

Crystal Cox/Insider One in eight COVID-19 survivors receive their first-ever psychiatric or neurological diagnosis within six months of testing positive.  Cognitive complications are more prevalent among survivors with prior mental health diagnoses and those who've been hospitalized.  The virus may lead to neurological complications due to a lack of oxygen, the immune system's response, or by invading the brain itself.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Six months after ...
Tags: Science, US, Trends, Mental Health, Canada, Oxford, Mental Illness, University of Oxford, Western University, Adrian Owen, Crystal Cox, Reuters Read, Neurological Disorders, Coronavirus, COVID, BI Photo


More than 80% of people hospitalized for COVID-19 suffer neurological symptoms, from brain fog to delirium

Crystal Cox/Insider More than 80% of hospitalized coronavirus patients experience neurological symptoms ranging from dizziness to an altered mental state.  People who suffered from the most severe complication tended to share characteristics with President Trump, like being male, older, and admitted to the hospital soon after symptoms set in.  Past research and anecdotes have demonstrated COVID-19's wide-ranging impact on the nervous system, causing everything from loss of taste and smell...
Tags: Science, News, Trends, Chicago, Brain Health, Neurology, Walter Reed, Trump, Brain Damage, University of Minnesota, Medical Center, Northwestern Medicine, Aylin Woodward, Neurological Disorders, Delirium, Coronavirus


The coronavirus pandemic disrupted clinical trials. A top ALS researcher explains how that helps the work she's doing.

Dr. Merit Cudkowicz is speeding up how treatments for ALS are developed, even during the coronavirus pandemic. Sarah Bastille/Mass General Researchers led by Massachusetts General Hospital are testing several different drugs for ALS at the same time. They had to delay clinical trials because of the coronavirus pandemic, but ended up finding ways to help people participate from their homes. Lead researcher Dr. Merit Cudkowicz expects to have answers for three of the ALS drugs by next summer....
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Bloom Science Plans to Advance Microbial Treatment for Epilepsy

Bloom Science, a biotech founded to advance a new class of microbe-based therapeutics for neurological disorders, is making its debut today with the publication of research that suggests certain bacteria in the gut could be used to manage epileptic seizures. The research, published in the journal Cell, indicate that several specific strains of bacteria work together in mice to provide neuroprotective effects against epileptic seizures. By delivering these microbes in the gut, a scientific...
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Creativity, the brain, and society

Creativity research has come of age. Today, the nature of the creative process is investigated with every tool of modern cognitive neuroscience: neuroimaging, genetics, computational modeling, among them. Yet the brain mechanisms of creativity remain a mystery and the studies of the brains of “creative” individuals have so far failed to produce conclusive results. But the mystery is gradually yielding ground. As we are reconceptualizing creativity as a complex, and arguably derivative construct ...
Tags: Books, Technology, Featured, Neuroscience, Artificial Intelligence, Creativity, Virtual Reality, Animal Cognition, Creative Process, Science & Medicine, Psychology & Neuroscience, Pixabay, Cognitive Neuroscience, Neuropsychology, Creativity Research, Artificial General Intelligence AGI


Infinitesimal Odds: A Scientist Finds Her Child’s Rare Illness Stems From the Gene She Studies

When it comes to studying the genetics of the brain, Soo-Kyung Lee is a star, yet she was stunned to discover the cause of her daughter’s devastating disabilities.
Tags: News, Brain, Genetics and Heredity, Rare diseases, Babies and Infants, Neurological Disorders, Soo Kyung Lee


BenevolentAI Raises $115M For Drug Discovery, Pegs Valuation at $2.1 Billion

BenevolentAI, one of the companies vying to improve healthcare through artificial intelligence analysis, says it has raised $115 million to accelerate its drive to discover new drugs by studying disease processes at the molecular level. The London-based company, which has offices in New York and Belgium, says the new capital brings its current valuation to $2.1 billion. The money was raised from new and earlier investors—most from the United States. But BenevolentAI named only one—prev...
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Can narcolepsy research help solve one of the greatest medical mysteries of the 20th century?

In late 1916, while the world was entrenched in the Great War, two physicians on opposing sides of the conflict started to encounter patients who presented with bizarre neurological signs. Most notably, the patients experienced profound lethargy, and would sleep for abnormally long periods of time. One of the physicians, Constantin von Economo, was at the Psychiatric-Neurological Clinic at the University of Vienna. The other, René Cruchet, was a French physician in a military hospital for neurop...
Tags: Books, Featured, Brain, Journals, Neurology, Health & Medicine, Hoffman, University of Vienna, Dale, Constantin, History of Medicine, Science & Medicine, Psychology & Neuroscience, A Journal of Neurology, Neurologist, Encephalitis