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L. Eugene Arnold is part of a five-year, NIH-funded study exploring brainwave-controlled videogames as a treatment for ADHD.
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And other neuroscience news for the week of May 11, 2020.
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With just a flash of light, optogenetics helps scientists turn brain cells on and off. Edward Boyden, one of The Brain Prize 2013 winners, explains.
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And other neuroscience news for the week of February 10, 2020.
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Douglas Weber, professor at the University of Pittsburgh, explains improvements in neural-digital technologies, including prosthetics and injectable nerve stimulators.
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New neural-digital interfaces could worsen existing healthcare inequalities if developers ignore socioeconomic concerns.
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Learn about the facts and myths around epilepsy and the different forms it can take.
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As genetic sequencing becomes more affordable and the number of families seeking answers grow, neuroscientists make a discovery that could lead to treatments.
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Around one in 10,000 infants are born with SMA. Research funding and patient advocacy efforts helped push treatment into existence.
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The risks of antidepressants during pregnancy are minimal — and they pale in comparison to the risks of not treating depression.
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The first new antidepressant medication in decades, ketamine is a game changer for depression treatment.
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Neuroscientist Denise Bellinger explains vagus nerve stimulation, its history as a medical treatment, and whether commercial VNS devices are effective and safe.
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