Feb 9, 2016

Australian scientists offer new hope for paraplegics

Australian researchers have created a “bionic spinal cord” they said Tuesday could give paralyzed people hope of walking again through the power of thought, without resorting to open brain surgery. The system would use a device the size of a paperclip implanted in a ...

Documentary shines light on new dementia therapy

Mar 30, 2014

Documentary shines light on new dementia therapy

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A TV producer is winning plaudits internationally for his documentary about an experimental study in the United States on elderly people with dementia that seeks to restore their identities and improve the quality of their final stages of life. With his English-language film titled ...

Invisible threat from brain injuries

Jan 11, 2014

Invisible threat from brain injuries

Blows to the head can be silent killers for which swift diagnosis is often the only recourse, say doctors. Even if there is no damage to the outside of the head, the impact may inflict catastrophic damage to the brain inside, they say. Because ...