Tag Archives: Frontal

Cheap is just not working

Just the industry profits from expensive drugs? Nonsense! A study made by US placebo researchers now shows that patients are judging the efficiency of pills by its price as well. Unnoticed, unknowingly and whether they want it or not... more...

Article by Philipp Graetzel

Alzheimer Test: Tell-tale Proteins

Berlin researchers want to improve the diagnosis of Alzheimer. The plan: To attest the disease earlier and more precisely by blood test. Two small protein fragments play an important role. more...

Article by Thorsten Braun

Blind to Feelings

They feel neither happiness nor sadness. They know no jealousy or hate. They have never been in love - those people with a blocked perception of feelings. Science calls this disease alexithymia, "blindness to feelings". According to the study of the universities of more...

Article by Birgit Frohn

Stemcells: Therapy Thanks to a Chopstick Accident

It sounds like an anecdote, but once you take a closer look, you see, it's a small sensation: neuronal stem cells can be hatched relatively effortless to renew damaged organ material - from tissue originating from the damaged brain. New therapies are coming closer and more...

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Coiling an Einstein

By targeted stimulation of certain brain regions motoric and mental abilities can be improved, at least temporarily. Transcranial magnetic stimulation assists the therapy of neurological dysfunctions - and not only that. more...

Article by Erich Lederer
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