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Teens hung on gadgets suffer from headaches

Use of electronic gadgets,computers,video games are triggering acute headaches among teenagers.

Microsoft patents 'mind control' brain interface

Microsoft's latest patent is of a brain control device, that can enable apps to be opened by mind control, without the need for physical movements.

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PGI gets 900 stroke cases every year, 10% are young patients

Among the young, rheumatic heart disease, post-partum haemorrhage and drug addiction are the main causes.

World Stroke Day: Doctors say timely care crucial to recovery from brain stroke

A person suffers from a brain stroke every three seconds in India and a death is reported every three minutes.

Fish oil can increase brain size: Study

Shrinking brain volume is a sign of Alzheimer's disease as well as normal ageing, researchers said.

New biomarker can spot Alzheimer's years before onset

This may be the earliest known biomarker associated with developing Alzheimer's disease.

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Drinking hot chocolate keeps brain healthy: study

It's an important first step that could guide future studies on link between cocoa,brain problems.

Hit by space crunch,Sassoon seeks land from government

Several institutions in the city have been complaining of space crunch as a major problem.

Hue Does It

That a colour-blind photographer or a painter has a different approach to art is something that has been written about sensitively by best-selling author and professor of neurology and psychiatry,Oliver Sacks.

Hue Does It

That a colour-blind photographer or a painter has a different approach to art is something that has been written about sensitively by best-selling author and professor of neurology and psychiatry,Oliver Sacks.

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