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New device to get people with paralysis back on their feet Medical researchers have created a new minimally invasive brain-machine interface, giving people with spinal cord injuries new hope to walk again with the power of thought.
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Three Neuroscience Advances That Could Change Your Life The impossible--healing your brain-- looks possible after all
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Cocaine users present alterations in function, structures of brain The presence of alterations in brain functioning and structure in cocaine users has been seen in a new study where researchers used three different magnetic resonance imaging techniques to study the brain activation patterns and the integrity of grey and white matter in cocaine users.