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M.R.I.s Are Finding Connections Between Our Brain Activity and Psychology

In March, neuroscientists and psychiatrists from the School of Medicine at Washington University, St. Louis, along with colleagues elsewhere ...

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Health

Brain Implant Allows Fully Paralyzed Patient to Communicate

In 2020 Ujwal Chaudhary, a biomedical engineer then at the University of Tübingen and the Wyss Center for Bio and…

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Health

Covid May Cause Changes in the Brain, New Study Finds

Covid-19 may cause greater loss of gray matter and tissue damage in the brain than naturally occurs in people who…

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Health

‘Don’t Write It Off’: Advice From Brain Injury Experts After Bob Saget’s Death

It appeared to be an ordinary fall: Bob Saget, the actor and comedian, knocked his head on something and, perhaps…

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Sports

The Goal Is to Go Fast. Just Not Too Fast.

YANQING, China — U.S.A. Luge’s sleds integrate data from mechanical and aeronautical engineering professors. Ferrari partnered with Italy’s ...

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Business

Cash Aid to Poor Mothers Improves Brain Function in Babies, Study Finds

WASHINGTON — An experiment that provided poor mothers with cash stipends for the first year of their children’s lives appears…

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Sports

Two Wyoming Bobsledders. Two Horrific Brain Injuries. One Survivor.

MORGAN, Utah — The weeks before a Winter Olympics are always tough for Joe Sisson. It’s when he thinks most…

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Sports

What to Know About C.T.E. in Football

Chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or C.T.E., has affected boxers since the 1920s, according to the C.T.E. Center at Boston University, but…

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Sports

Phillip Adams Had Severe C.T.E. at the Time of Shootings

The posthumous brain examination of Phillip Adams, a 32-year-old retired journeyman N.F.L. player who shot and killed six people in…

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