A new study shows that brain imaging techniques can detect the development of psychosis in high-risk patients at an early stage. Researchers from the University of Basel in Switzerland and Western University in Canada stated that detecting psychosis early increases the chances of effective treatment. Although the ability to diagnose psychosis in youth has improved, […]Continue reading

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Inhibitory interneurons are particularly important for managing brain rhythms. Researchers have uncovered the therapeutic benefits of genetically improving these interneurons and transplanting them into the brain of a mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease. Source: Cell therapy could improve brain function for Alzheimer’s disease: Transplanting a special type of neuron into the brain restores cognitive functions […]Continue reading

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