» New technique could help treat aggressive brain tumors
17/07/24 20:24 from ScienceDaily: Brain Injury News
Burst sine wave electroporation was found to cause less damage to cells and tissue but more disruption to the blood-brain barrier.

» The molecule that could alleviate stroke-related brain injury
10/07/24 17:08 from ScienceDaily: Brain Injury News
New research identifies novel path to protecting the brain from stroke-induced damage.

» Researchers identify cause of serious brain bleeding condition in premature newborns
09/07/24 16:18 from ScienceDaily: Brain Injury News
Scientists have found that in premature newborns with very low birth weight, salt and water transporters on immature neurons can cause brain tissue to shrink in response to a lack of oxygen, which in turn results in brain bleeding and li...

» Brain neurotransmitter receptor antagonist found to prevent opioid addiction in mice
09/07/24 16:17 from ScienceDaily: Brain Injury News
New research has found a drug that treats insomnia works to prevent the addictive effects of the morphine opioids in mice while still providing effective pain relief.

» Brain organ plays key role in adult neurogenesis
09/07/24 02:23 from ScienceDaily: Brain Injury News
Research found the choroid plexus and cerebrospinal fluid play a key role in maintaining a pool of newly born neurons to repair the adult brain after injury.

» Safer, swifter, smaller scar: New brain surgery approach targets difficult tumors at skull base
02/07/24 17:55 from ScienceDaily: Brain Injury News
A medical team has developed a minimally invasive neurosurgical technique using an endoscope for the removal of tumors in the base of the skull. The results compare favorably with the conventional microscopic approach, with the added ben...

» Overlooked brain organ plays key role in promoting brain repair after stroke
01/07/24 20:22 from ScienceDaily: Brain Injury News
Scientists found the choroid plexus and cerebrospinal fluid play a key role in maintaining a pool of newly born neurons to repair the adult brain after injury.

» Researchers find elementary age children experience more concussions during activities unrelated to sports
27/06/24 21:20 from ScienceDaily: Brain Injury News
Researchers found that young children between the ages of 5 and 12 were more likely to experience a concussion from recreation and other non-sport activities, yet those injuries were not seen by specialists until days later compared with...

» Controlling the precise timing of electrical pulses may offer promise for treating mild traumatic brain injury
11/06/24 21:14 from ScienceDaily: Brain Injury News
Scientists show that specifying the timing pattern of neurostimulation -- impulses used to activate the brain's own electrical signaling mechanisms -- can rebalance the strength of synaptic connections between nerve cells, selectively up...

» How does oxygen depletion disrupt memory formation in the brain?
07/06/24 16:15 from ScienceDaily: Brain Injury News
When we learn something new, our brain cells (neurons) communicate with each other through electrical and chemical signals. If the same group of neurons communicate together often, the connections between them get stronger. This process ...

» Omega-3 therapy prevents birth-related brain injury in newborn rodents
06/06/24 19:21 from ScienceDaily: Brain Injury News
A novel omega-3 injectable emulsion reduces brain damage in newborn rodents experiencing lack of oxygen at delivery, a major cause of disability in human infants and children.

» Could taking certain drugs reduce risk of ruptured brain aneurysm?
05/06/24 22:24 from ScienceDaily: Brain Injury News
A new study suggests that people who take a few common drugs may have a decreased risk of having a bleeding stroke due to a ruptured brain aneurysm. The results do not prove that these drugs reduce the risk of this type of aneurysm; they...

» Age and sex-related changes leave female flies vulnerable to delayed harm from head injury
04/06/24 17:20 from ScienceDaily: Brain Injury News
A research team using a fruit fly model has discovered that even very mild, non-lethal head injuries early in life can lead to neurodegenerative conditions later in life upon aging.

» Researchers have located the brain network responsible for stuttering
28/05/24 15:50 from ScienceDaily: Brain Injury News
An international research group succeeded in identifying the probable origin of stuttering in the brain.

» Brain damage reveals part of the brain necessary for helping others
27/05/24 15:58 from ScienceDaily: Brain Injury News
Our willingness to help others is governed by a specific brain region pinpointed by researchers in a study of patients with brain damage to that region.

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