Researchers discover how the brain changes when mastering a new skill

Researchers discover how the brain changes when mastering a new skill

Mastering a new skill—whether a sport, an instrument, or a craft—takes time and training. While ...
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Postcode lottery for UK heart failure patients, researchers find

Postcode lottery for UK heart failure patients, researchers find

Postcode lottery for UK heart failure patients: 15...
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Researchers spot tell-tale signs of potentially fatal cardiac arrest

Researchers spot tell-tale signs of potentially fatal cardiac arrest

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is the leading cause o...
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Researchers discover how to prevent kidney damage in patients with multiple myeloma

Researchers discover how to prevent kidney damage in patients with multiple myeloma

Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmin...
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Researchers publish study on the flexibility of sensory perception

Researchers publish study on the flexibility of sensory perception

Hearing, sight, touch – our brain captures a wid...
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Researchers identify new mechanism to reduce inflammation

Researchers identify new mechanism to reduce inflammation

UT Southwestern researchers have identified two pr...
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Researchers use radiomics to predict who will benefit from chemotherapy

Researchers use radiomics to predict who will benefit from chemotherapy

Using data from computed tomography (CT) images, r...
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Researchers discover mechanism by which bacteria attack white blood cells

Researchers discover mechanism by which bacteria attack white blood cells

A research team led by Prof. Dr. Winfried Römer a...
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Researchers identify how skin ages, loses fat and immunity

Researchers identify how skin ages, loses fat and immunity

Dermal fibroblasts are specialized cells deep in t...
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Junk food diet raises depression risk, researchers find

Junk food diet raises depression risk, researchers find

A diet of fast food, cakes and processed meat incr...
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