Scientists Dosed an Artificial Brain With Meth
Organ Chip models enable researchers to directly observe physiological processes and responses.
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The Final Word on Whether Antiperspirant Is Safe
Fear-mongering persists despite a lack of evidence.
Here's What It Looks Like When a Gene Test Says You're Prone to Alzheimer's
Is 23andMe doing enough to ease the concerns of people who are at risk?
Scientists Are Furious Over Canada’s Bizarre Ban on Importing Zebrafish
Research into Alzheimer’s, blindness, heart disease, and arthritis has been killed.
Love, Loss, and Failing to Find an Escape in Games
How one player tried—and failed—to recapture a happier time with ‘King’s Quest.’
The Blood of the Young Might Really Be an Anti-Aging Elixir, Researchers Say
“Young Blood for Old Brains” lecture summarizes efforts to use the blood of young people to cure neurological diseases in the elderly.
There’s One Problem with Mark Zuckerberg’s Plan to Solve All Diseases
The disconnect between Silicon Valley and health research.
How Smelling and Drinking Wine Can Protect You from Alzheimer’s
The researchers behind this study chose to put 13 Master Sommeliers and 13 civilians into an MRI machine and had them smell fruits and wine, in order to look at the structural differences between the two groups of brains.
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AMC Will Screen Some of Gene Wilder's Best Films This Weekend
AMC theaters will be bringing 'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory' and 'Blazing Saddles' back to big screens across the country this weekend.
Why Eye Exams Are the Future of Alzheimer’s Screening
Right now there’s no easy way to diagnose the disease.
This Little Silver Cube Could Be the Future of Personal DNA Testing
Medical diagnostics is about to have an ‘iPhone moment’.
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Scientists Image Gene Expression in Living Human Brains for the First Time
The technique could help understand and develop treatments for brain disorders including Alzheimer’s and schizophrenia.