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Rhythm of Breathing Affects Memory and Fear

Breathing is not just for oxygen; it's now linked to brain function and behavior.

The research is in Journal of Neuroscience. (full access paywall)

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Summary: A new study reports the rhythm of your breathing can influence neural activity that enhances memory recall and emotional judgement.Source: Northwestern University.Breathing is not jus
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Dyslexia Linked to Shorter Memory Trace of Previous Stimuli

Researchers have provided new insight into the brain mechanisms underlying a condition that causes reading and writing difficulties.

The research is in eLife. (full access paywall)

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Summary: A new study provides insight into the underlying brain mechanisms that may be a root cause of dyslexia.Source: eLife.Researchers have provided new insight into the brain mechanisms un
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Autism Symptoms Improve After Fecal Transplant: Small Study

Children with autism may benefit from fecal transplants - a method of introducing donated healthy microbes into people with gastrointestinal disease to rebalance the gut, a new study has found.

The research will appear in Microbiome.

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Summary: Experimental fecal transplant may help to improve autism symptoms, a new study reports.Source: Ohio State University.Parents report fewer behavioral and gastrointestinal problems;
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Noninvasive Ultrasound Pulses Used to Precisely Tweak Rat Brain Activity

Biomedical engineers at Johns Hopkins report they have worked out a noninvasive way to release and deliver concentrated amounts of a drug to the brain of rats in a temporary, localized manner using ultrasound. The method first "cages" a drug inside tiny, biodegradable "nanoparticles," then activates its release through precisely targeted sound waves, such as those used to painlessly and noninvasively create images of internal organs.

The research is in Nano Letters. (full access paywall)

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Summary: A new study outlines how researchers have been able to deliver concentrated amounts of drugs directly into the brains of rats by using ultrasound.Source: Johns Hopkins Medicine.Ultras
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Balance May Rely on Timing of Movement

The fish make good models to understand human balance because they use similar brain circuits, say the study authors. The researchers hope their work will one day help therapists to better treat balance problems that affect one in three aging Americans, and for whom falls are a leading cause of death.

The research is in Current Biology. (full open access)
Summary: Findings could help to find new treatments for people with balance problems.Source: NYU Langone Medical Center.Zebrafish learn to balance by darting forward when they feel wobbly, a p
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Better Early Nutrition Means Better Brains

Pediatric nutrition research has shown the important effects of early-life nutrition on a baby’s development—especially the gastrointestinal tract—and more recent research indicates that nutrition may also have an influence on an infant’s brain as it develops.

The research is in Advances in Nutrition. (full access paywall)

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Summary: A new study considers how early nutrition can affect a baby's brain development.Source: University of Illinois.Study discusses model for understanding nutrition and brain development.
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+Shakhnoza Aslanova Breastfeeding is very important and is the best nutrition. I bet very few, if any, gifted kids were never breastfed.
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A Brain Wide Chemical Signal That Enhances Memory

The new discoveries indicate how current drugs used in the treatment of Alzheimer's, designed to boost this chemical signal, counter the symptoms of dementia. The results could also lead to new ways of enhancing cognitive function to counteract the effects of diseases such as Alzheimer's and schizophrenia, as well as enhancing memory in healthy people.

The research will appear in Cell Reports.
Summary: Study sheds light on how nicotine affects the brains of those with schizophrenia, and why those with the disease tend to be heavy smokers.Source: University of Bristol.How does height
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Pinpointing Fetal Cells Vulnerable to Later Life Stress

Researchers have developed a way to identify cells damaged prior to birth by drugs, radiation, or poisons such as mercury that survive but are more vulnerable to stress later in life. This model system can possibly explain the increased risk of some cells in adult onset of psychiatric disorders, liver disease, and other stress-induced diseases.

The research will appear in PNAS.
Summary: A new study reports cells damaged before birth may provide an increased risk of psychiatric disorders later in life.Source: Yale.Researchers have developed a way to identify cells dam
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I love reading and learning however I will not click on any more links after what happened to me yesterday and before I got to figure out who what and where are these viruses and malicious... I will be removing a lot that I learn from home Google+ I'll go to the library they have better software protection than I do.
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Meditation and Music May Help Reverse Early Memory Loss in Adults

Meditation and music improve memory and cognitive function in adults with subjective cognitive decline: A pilot randomized controlled trial.

The research is in Journal of Alzheimer's Disease. (full access paywall)

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Summary: Researchers report practicing simple meditation and listening to music can have benefits for those with preclinical memory loss.Source: IOS PRESS.Meditation and music improve memory a
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I believe if you do productive work where brain use is almost maximized and being constantly on the move, your brain should not have to suffer and such symptoms are to experiencing but it should also not to be stressed either. 
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Nicotine Normalizes Brain Activity Deficits That Are Key to Schizophrenia

A steady stream of nicotine normalizes genetically-induced impairments in brain activity associated with schizophrenia, according to new research involving the University of Colorado Boulder. The finding sheds light on what causes the disease and why those who have it tend to smoke heavily.

The research is in Nature Medicine. (full access paywall)

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Summary: Study sheds light on how nicotine affects the brains of those with schizophrenia, and why those with the disease tend to be heavy smokers.Source: University of Colorado at Boulder.A s
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New Trial May Revolutionize Treatment of Spinal Cord Injury Patients

In the study, led by The University of Queensland and The Princess Alexandra (PA) Hospital, a new anti-inflammatory drug will be given to participants within hours of spinal trauma in an effort to minimise tissue damage.

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Summary: Researchers report intravenous immunoglobin can reduce inflammation and may improve recovery from spinal cord injuries.Source: University of Queensland.Queensland researchers are laun
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Is this drug for patients of newly acquired spinal cord injury? My husband had this injury when he was active army 23 years he is in wheelchair.
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Changes in Blood-Brain Barrier and Intestinal Permeability Found in People With Autism

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has the dubious distinction of being the fastest-growing developmental disability in the U.S., according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. With 1 in every 68 children born in this country diagnosed with ASD, parents are looking everywhere for answers about best treatments. Along with selective medication to treat certain symptoms, traditional treatments include intensive behavioral approaches. But with no "one-size-fits-all" treatment approach, parents often turn to diverse complementary and alternative therapies.

The research is in Molecular Autism. (full open access)

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Summary: Researchers discover a link between neuroinflammation associated with impairment to the blood-brain barrier and intestinal permeability in people with ASD.Source: Mass General.Autism
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