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1 Are You Ready for Tech That Connects to Your Brain?
2 About 14% of cerebral palsy cases may be tied to brain wiring genes
3 'Tired' brain cells may distort your sense of time
4 Evolutionary and heritable axes shape our brain
5 Exercise Protects Your Brain Even If You’re Otherwise Sedentary
6 Coronavirus could invade the brain, two Yale studies suggest
7 Bird brains are surprisingly complex
8 Newfound brain structure explains why some birds are so smart—and maybe even self-aware
9 How the brain balances emotion and reason
10 How a Memory Quirk of the Human Brain Can Galvanize AI
11 Brain-eating amoeba kills 6-year-old in Texas, leads to disaster declaration over water supply
12 How Not Drinking Affects Your Brain, According To Doctors
13 Brain Wellness and Addiction Expert Professor Dr. Bankole Johnson's "Six Rings" Book 1 Available Now on Amazon
14 Zimbabwe plans to send dead elephants' brain tissue to U.S. for toxin tests
15 Inside A Push To Include More African Americans In Brain Research : Shots
16 Woman caught in brawl recovering from brain injury
17 New Brain Cell-Like Nanodevices Work Together To Identify Mutations In Viruses
18 Communities come together to support young lady battling brain injury
19 Link between Alzheimer's and sleep apnea affirmed in brain tissue study
20 Annovis Bio Demonstrates Improved Axonal Transport in Nerve Cells and Brain of Down Syndrome Mice, an Animal Model of Alzheimer's Disease
21 Wisconsin man shocked to discover a brain washed up on the beach
22 Study Shows How Binge Drinking Affects Cognitive Brain Function
23 Does 'Brain Training' Actually Work?
24 Light-activated neurons deep in the brain control body heat
25 Reasons Revealed for the Brain's Elastic Sense of Time
26 Brain-scanning backpack brings neuroscience into the real world
27 How the Coronavirus Attacks the Brain
28 Atlanta high school football player suffers traumatic brain injury during game
29 Elon Musk: ‘A.I. Doesn’t Need to Hate Us to Destroy Us’
30 Brain
31 The mysterious cause of stuttering in the brain
32 As information flows through brain's heirarchy, higher regions use higher-frequency waves
33 Meet a Bee With a Very Big Brain
34 New brain cell-like nanodevices work together to identify mutations in viruses: These systems could potentially overcome computational hurdles faced by current digital technologies
35 First 'Plug and Play' Brain Prosthesis Demonstrated in Paralyzed Person
36 "Grandmama doesn't sound right": COVID-19 and the brain
37 Scientists Discover How Drugs Like Ketamine Induce An Altered State Of Mind : Shots
38 New research finds unapproved drugs in brain-boosting supplements
39 UPDATE: Brain found in Racine park determined to be from animal
40 Detecting fake online photos, videos with a computerized brain
41 Fox News Lobotomizes Its 'Brain Room,' Cuts Fact-Based Journalism
42 The new coronavirus can infect brain cells, study finds
43 How a 6-year-old had half his brain removed and recovered in 3 months
44 6-year-old Fresno girl diagnosed with rare brain cancer
45 Doctors mystified by clump of tapeworm larvae in Melbourne woman's brain
46 Primate brain size does not predict their intelligence: Scientists from Göttingen compare cognitive skills of different primate species
47 Is Elon Musk over-hyping his brain-hacking Neuralink tech?
48 Scientists discover what happens in our brains when we make educated guesses
49 Why do you feel lonely? Neuroscience is starting to find answers.
50 Dukes of Hazzard star befriends East Tennessee woman with multiple brain disorders
51 Brain MRI Finds Hispanic Patients Develop More Aggressive MS
52 Elon Musk’s Neuralink demo shows a brain-machine interface in action
53 To Build Emotional Strength, Expand Your Brain
54 Maternal microbes support fetal brain wiring
55 Children use both brain hemispheres to understand language, unlike adults
56 Turns out 2020 can get worse
57 Skateboarder Keith Hufnagel dies from brain cancer at 46
58 Local Teen Band To Host Benefit For Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation
59 Macro- and microstructural changes in cosmonauts' brains after long-duration spaceflight
60 It takes two months to get brain-eating microbe out of the water system
61 New Zealand's 'brain gain' boost
62 Brain Games: Weighing in on rookies Tee Higgins, Justin Jefferson, and many more
63 Understanding Our Unique Brain Activity Profiles
64 How deep brain stimulation surgery can help patients with Parkinson’s disease
65 E.P.A. Rejects Its Own Findings That a Pesticide Harms Children’s Brains
66 Brain Bridging
67 How Human Brains Are Different: It Has a Lot to Do with the Connections
68 Aiming ultrasound at the brain raises hope of new treatments
69 NIH study shows highly reproducible sex differences in aspects of human brain anatomy
70 From 'brain fog' to heart damage, COVID-19's lingering problems alarm scientists
71 How Exercise May Bolster the Brain
72 Brain cells can harbor and spread HIV virus to the body
73 Evolution of the human brain
74 The Brain Implants That Could Change Humanity
75 Why your brain is not a computer | Science
76 How to donate a piece of your brain to science—while you're still alive
77 Construction Process Builds Brain Circuits
78 Neuroscientists at Vanderbilt identify the brain cells that help humans adapt to change
79 We're only just beginning to learn how Covid-19 affects the brain
80 Study ties stroke-related brain blood vessel abnormality to gut bacteria
81 Face-specific brain area responds to faces even in people born blind
82 For the first time, scientists can see how the brain records our memories as we sleep
83 The Brain Learns in Unexpected Ways
84 How a chunk of human brain survived intact for 2600 years
85 Mouse brains seen in unprecedented 3D detail, thanks to new staining technique
86 Neuropathological Features of Covid-19 | NEJM
87 How does coronavirus kill? Clinicians trace a ferocious rampage through the body, from brain to toes
88 A Radical New Model of the Brain Illuminates Its Wiring
89 Brain scientists haven't been able to find major differences between women's and men's brains, despite over a century of searching
90 Brain Benefits of Exercise Can Be Gained with a Single Protein
91 The brain circuit that encourages eating for pleasure
92 Lab-grown 'mini-brains' suggest COVID-19 virus can infect human brain cells
93 Repairing damaged brains
94 Stanford study finds stronger one-way fear signals in brains of anxious kids
95 Scientists find brain center that 'profoundly' shuts down pain
96 Early evidence of pronounced brain involvement in fatal COVID-19 outcomes
97 A Study Finds Sex Differences in the Brain. Does It Matter?
98 "Event" Cells in the Brain Help Organize Memory into Meaningful Segments
99 Ila Fiete studies how the brain performs complex computations
100 Human brain parts left over from surgery boosts research