How the Brain Changes During Depression Treatment

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University of British Columbia researchers have mapped what occurs in the brain when a person gets the depression treatment known as repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation. A new study maps how the brain changes throughout depression treatment Researchers have for the first time shown what occurs in the brain during repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation, a treatment … Read more

Breakthrough on Covid condition leaving patients with symptoms similar to ‘traumatic brain injury’

Researchers have proven brain fog is a real affliction and have located what they believe to be its source in the body during studies of long Covid patients

Breakthrough Australian research has found the major causes behind one of the mysterious symptoms experienced by sufferers of long Covid – the mental impairment caused by ‘brain fog’. By identifying the nerve toxin responsible for the fuzziness in the brain experienced by long Covid sufferers, doctors say they will be able to trial potential treatments … Read more

Breakthrough on Covid condition leaving patients with symptoms similar to ‘traumatic brain injury’

Researchers have proven brain fog is a real affliction and have located what they believe to be its source in the body during studies of long Covid patients

Breakthrough Australian research has found the major causes behind one of the mysterious symptoms experienced by sufferers of long Covid – the mental impairment caused by ‘brain fog’. By identifying the nerve toxin responsible for the fuzziness in the brain experienced by long Covid sufferers, doctors say they will be able to trial potential treatments … Read more

Avian Influenza Is Affecting Wild Mammals

Something was wrong with the foxes. That was what callers to the Dane County Humane Society in Wisconsin kept saying in April, as they reported fox kits, or young foxes, behaving in strange ways: shaking, seizing or struggling to stand. The kits, which were often lethargic and wandering by themselves, also seemed unusually easy to … Read more

Why sexually transmitted infections aren’t always as bad as you think.

Sexually transmitted infections aren’t some special class of hell-viruses, contends Rachel Feltman, the executive editor of Popular Science, and the author of Been There, Done That: A Rousing History of Sex. Her book covers everything from why bats have oral sex to Cleopatra’s (rumored!) masturbation habits. On a recent episode of The Waves, Slate’s podcast … Read more