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05/26/2016

Antimicrobial Mechanism Gone Rogue May Play Role in Alzheimer’s Disease

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01/29/2016

Landmark schizophrenia study expands on gene link, timing

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01/28/2016

Can monkeys help unravel the mysteries of autism?

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01/25/2016

Pets on Prozac: Dogs Take Medication to Help with Separation Anxiety

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01/21/2016

Darpa ‘already implanting chips in brains of wounded US soldiers returning from Middle East’

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09/18/2015

New: 87 Deceased NFL Players Test Positive for Brain Disease

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07/10/2015

Scientists Demonstrate Animal Mind-Melds

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06/18/2015

Brain implant trials raise ethical concerns

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05/08/2015

Healthy diet tied to lower risk of cognitive decline

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04/15/2015

Is the placebo effect in some people’s genes?

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