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Possible new drug targets for dementia and intellectual disability
Death and disability from medical diagnostic errors are often associated with missed strokes, blood infections and lung cancers
Experiments in mice show transmission of nerve-killing protein from the gut into the brain
Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers found that training when your muscles are already exhausted could impair your performance at the moment.
Mutations in a single human muscle gene tied to rare nasal/sinus cancer
Drug developed at Johns Hopkins targets brain chemical distinct from other antidepressants on the market
Compounded topical pain creams and gels work about as well as placebos, study shows
A routine check revealed a previously undocumented behavior in the intestinal parasite
A pathway toward cellular death named for Thanatos identified by researchers as a key driver of nerve cell degradation in Parkinson’s disease
Patients with late-onset Alzheimer’s may show some long-term benefit, but none for early-onset
Carlos Pardo-Villamizar can comment on acute flaccid myelitis
Shrinkage of Brain Structures Associated with Alzheimer’s Disease Tied to Critical Illness and Infection
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