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Medical News Today: Through my eyes: Aphasia

Having experienced a serious brain injury at just 26 years old, I developed aphasia. This is the story of my recovery, and how I relearned everything.
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Medical News Today: How do our brains remember?

A new study identifies the way in which the human brain retrieves simple memories and what this might tell us about how we recall past events.
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Medical News Today: Increased intracranial pressure: What to know

Doctors call the pressure inside a person’s skull the intracranial pressure or ICP, and it can increase with a head injury or medical condition, such as fluid on the brain. Here, we discuss the symptoms, causes, treatments, and outlook for increased or elevated ICP.
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Medical News Today: Raising histamine levels boosts long-term memory

According to a recent Japanese study, boosting histamine levels in the brain can significantly improve performance in long-term memory tests.
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Medical News Today: What to know about ventriculoperitoneal shunt

A ventriculoperitoneal shunt is a medical device that surgeons use to treat hydrocephaly. The article looks at the types, procedure, possible complications, and tips for recovery.
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Medical News Today: Candida infection can reach brain and impair memory

New research shows that the Candida albicans fungus may lead to brain inflammation and impair memory in mice. The results have implications for dementia.
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Medical News Today: What to know about femoral neuropathy

Femoral neuropathy refers to any disorder that causes damage to the femoral nerve. These conditions primarily affect the thighs, often causing numbness or pain. Learn more about femoral neuropathy here.
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Medical News Today: Chronic fatigue syndrome: New evidence of immune role

A new study uses an intriguing model to investigate chronic fatigue syndrome. The study gives fresh insight into the role of the immune system.
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Medical News Today: Left brain vs. right brain: How does one dominate?

For certain tasks, one side of the brain will dominate the other. Although this is well known, exactly how one side takes control has been a mystery.
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Medical News Today: Mediterranean diet nutrients tied with healthy brain aging

A study of older adults links blood markers of certain nutrients that are present in the Mediterranean diet to better cognition and brain connectivity.