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Does COVID-19 increase the risk of Parkinson’s disease?

Is the world prepared for a wave of neurological consequences that may be on its way as a result of COVID-19? This question is at the forefront of research underway at the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health.
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Obesity during pregnancy may impede fetal brain development

Mother's obesity may play a role in fetal brain development, suggests new research
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The importance of childhood connection to natural world

Children who feel a stronger connection to natural world are more likely to work towards protecting it, a new review has found
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Your eyes are the window to your past trauma

Your eyes can reveal if you have suffered a traumatic experience in the past, reveals a new study by Welsh academics
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Novel treatment for newborn babies needing emergency blood transfusion

In the first-of-its-kind study, a study suggests that the mother’s blood could be life saving for her newborn baby, even if the mother has a different blood group compared to the newborn baby
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Why the timing for taking your medicine matters

How the planned use of time in medicine and synchronised dosages help tackle illness effectively
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What if you could buy your train ticket for free?

Obviously there is no free lunch. PLUS! what you pay would help you.
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Peep inside your genes

You can now know in advance the health risks you inherently carry by deciphering the DNA code you are born with
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Leg Reversal Surgery

Cancer in the leg? Okay, lets reverse the leg to save it after removing the cancerous part!
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Latest Medicine for Lupus

URMC lupus expert Dr. Jennifer Anolik talks about the promise -- and limits -- of the new drug approved by FDA. It's been 50 years since a drug was approved for lupus by FDA.