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CT scans ‘unwrap’ secrets of three mummies


Scientists have put three unusually motionless patients through the CT scanner: Egyptian mummies. One of the mummies already was known to have a brain, but scans revealed she also still has lungs.

Brain ‘architecture’ differs in kids with dyslexia


The brains of children with dyslexia may be structured differently, according to neuroimaging of the thalamus, the part of the brain that serves as its connector.

Brain ‘architecture’ differs in kids with dyslexia


The brains of children with dyslexia may be structured differently, according to neuroimaging of the thalamus, the part of the brain that serves as its connector.

Brain ‘architecture’ differs in kids with dyslexia


The brains of children with dyslexia may be structured differently, according to neuroimaging of the thalamus, the part of the brain that serves as its connector.

Team makes spiny neurons without stem cells


Scientists have figured out how to convert human skin cells directly into a specific type of brain cell without passing through a stem cell phase, which avoids the production of multiple cell types.

Team makes spiny neurons without stem cells


Scientists have figured out how to convert human skin cells directly into a specific type of brain cell without passing through a stem cell phase, which avoids the production of multiple cell types.

Team makes spiny neurons without stem cells


Scientists have figured out how to convert human skin cells directly into a specific type of brain cell without passing through a stem cell phase, which avoids the production of multiple cell types.

Team makes spiny neurons without stem cells


Scientists have figured out how to convert human skin cells directly into a specific type of brain cell without passing through a stem cell phase, which avoids the production of multiple cell types.

Team makes spiny neurons without stem cells


Scientists have figured out how to convert human skin cells directly into a specific type of brain cell without passing through a stem cell phase, which avoids the production of multiple cell types.

Can pumpkins ward off diabetes?


Pumpkins may or may not fend off evil spirits on Halloween, but scientists suspect they do possess medicinal properties that could help treat diabetes.

Can pumpkins ward off diabetes?


Pumpkins may or may not fend off evil spirits on Halloween, but scientists suspect they do possess medicinal properties that could help treat diabetes.

Can pumpkins ward off diabetes?


Pumpkins may or may not fend off evil spirits on Halloween, but scientists suspect they do possess medicinal properties that could help treat diabetes.

Can pumpkins ward off diabetes?


Pumpkins may or may not fend off evil spirits on Halloween, but scientists suspect they do possess medicinal properties that could help treat diabetes.

Can pumpkins ward off diabetes?


Pumpkins may or may not fend off evil spirits on Halloween, but scientists suspect they do possess medicinal properties that could help treat diabetes.

Drugs and tourism combine to raise HIV risk in Caribbean


New research shows how drugs in the Dominican Republican’s touristy areas present barriers to preventing HIV.

Drugs and tourism combine to raise HIV risk in Caribbean


New research shows how drugs in the Dominican Republican’s touristy areas present barriers to preventing HIV.

Drugs and tourism combine to raise HIV risk in Caribbean


New research shows how drugs in the Dominican Republican’s touristy areas present barriers to preventing HIV.

Drugs and tourism combine to raise HIV risk in Caribbean


New research shows how drugs in the Dominican Republican’s touristy areas present barriers to preventing HIV.

Drugs and tourism combine to raise HIV risk in Caribbean


New research shows how drugs in the Dominican Republican’s touristy areas present barriers to preventing HIV.

Heart drug keeps ‘ALS’ mice alive longer


A medication used to treat heart failure, called Digoxin, could be adaptable for treating amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), the paralyzing condition known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.


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