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23
Aug

mPFC Controls Mimicry by Eye Contact

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Gaze-mimicry interactions Originates from Medial Prefrontal Cortex, Scientist test the hypothesis A new study reported, “Spontaneous mimicry of...Read More

20
May

The Effect of Cognitive Reserve on Cognitive Aging

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Cognitive Reserve and Its Association With Cognitive Aging Trajectories ...Read More

12
May

Longer Ring Finger Linked to Motor Neuron Disease, A New Study

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People with longer ring finger has more chances of motor neurone disease A New Study has correlated motor neurone disease with ring fingers and index...Read More

21
Apr

New findings on Ischemic Preconditioning

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New Research has highlighted the role of erythropoietin in the regulation of brain tolerance to the condition of ischemia and reperfusion. LN Maslov, Russian...Read More

25
Mar

A Novel Gene/Neuroengineering Technology (Optogenetics) Treating Neurological Diseases

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“Optogenetics, a new gene and neuroengineering technology, where neuronal activity of a particular set of neurons can be controlled without interfering...Read More

16
Mar

rTMS a Novel Alternative to Antidepressant Drug Therapy

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Recently Food and Drug Administration (FDA), United States approved transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) as an alternative treatment option to depression....Read More

15
Mar

Ibuprofen contains Antiparkinsonian activity

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Ibuprofen is a well known over the counter non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, has been reported to have protective action against development of Parkinson’s...Read More

15
Mar

Obesity: A Risk Factor for Migraine

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Obese individuals have been reported to have heightened risk of developing chronic migraine however, causative agents for the advance of infrequent migraine...Read More

15
Mar

Genome-Wide Association Study and Genetic Variants of Narcolepsy

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A genome-wide association study (GWAS) is a study of genetic subtypes or variants of whole human genome, to identify relationship between observable traits...Read More

15
Mar

Homeostatic Plasticity explains Spontaneous Clinical Recovery

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In Neurology, homeostatic plasticity is the ability of neuronal cells to control their own excitability relative to network activity, a compensatory adjustment...Read More

Journals are primarily meant for Medical practitioners and healthcare service providers to find out what’s new and happening in the medical world. Latest scientific breakthroughs, research, events and conferences will all be there for you. This section of HealthLine 24x7 will ensure that you are constantly updated on the latest discovery, innovation and experiment. You can browse through the journal content available on HealthLine 24x7 either date wise or category wise. The current categories available are Cardiology, Neurology and Oncology. The few journals available on Healthline24x7 currently are, “Alzheimer and Heart Disease Share a Common Gene according To the Latest Research,” “A Ray of Hope for Patients with Severe Aortic Stenosis,” “Vioxx and Heart Attack-The Mystery Solved,” “Repairing Damaged Hearts, Naturally,” “To Get A Mammogram Or Not.”