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HealthDay News: Neurosciences

Off Season May Not Be Long Enough to Recover From Football 'Hits'

New research shows that the brains of some football players who had the usual head hits associated with the sport, but no concussions, still had signs of mild brain injury six months after the season ended.
Diabetes Complication Rates Drop Among U.S. Adults

The rates of five serious complications from diabetes -- heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, amputations and death -- have all dropped dramatically since 1990, a new U.S. government study shows.
Apathy Might Signal Brain Shrinkage in Old Age: Study

Older adults who show signs of apathy tend to have a smaller brain volume than their peers with more vim and vigor, a new study suggests.
Key Brain 'Networks' May Differ in Autism, Study Suggests

Differences in brain connectivity may help explain the social impairments common in those who have autism spectrum disorders, new research suggests.
Brain Scans Might Spot Potential for Recovery From Coma

Brain scans could help identify comatose patients who have the potential to wake up, a new study suggests.
Study Links Casual Marijuana Use to Changes in Brain

Young people who occasionally smoke marijuana may be rewiring their brains, with their pot use causing structural changes to brain regions related to motivation, emotion and reward, a small study says.
Nonwhites Exposed to More Air Pollution: Study

Nonwhite Americans are exposed to 38 percent higher levels of nitrogen dioxide air pollution than whites, a new study shows.
Family Dog Can Help Kids With Autism

Children with autism may find the "unconditional" love of the family dog a real help, a small new study finds.
Less Salt Use Tied to Drop in U.K. Heart Deaths

A drop in salt consumption likely played a big role in a recent large reduction in deaths related to heart disease and stroke in England, a new study suggests.
Young People With Epilepsy Face Higher Injury Risk: Study

Young people with epilepsy are more likely than kids without the neurological disorder to suffer broken bones or burns, a new large study from England finds.

 

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