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Targeted Brain Stimulation Helps Stroke Recovery In Mice
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Could brain stimulation help stroke survivors?

A new treatment method could be used to help people recover from strokes. Scientists at Stanford University School of Medicine found that optogenetically stimulating mice's brains five days after a stroke led to an improvement in their condition. ... Noodls, 6 days ago
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Focal adhesions and signaling [Developmental Biology]

Dale Kaiser 1 and Hans Warrick Departments of Biochemistry and Developmental Biology, Stanford University School of Medicine , Stanford, CA 94305 Contributed by Dale Kaiser, July 24, 2014 (sent for review January 13, 2014) Significance ...
 PNAS4 days ago New Technique Developed by Stanford Researchers Allows Use of Fruit Flies in Studying Human Diabetes  MedIndia2 weeks ago

Researchers find answer to why some children hate math

Researchers, including an Indian-origin scientist from Stanford University's School of Medicine, have now found why some kids are better at retrieving facts fluently, crucial to solving
 Big News Network1 week ago Directors named for USDA research foundation  AGRINews2 weeks ago
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Protein Linked With Faster Cell Growth in Cancers Identified

Researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine have found that high levels of a protein linked with more than half of cancers blocks the expression of a handful of genes that are involved in DNA packaging and cell death, leading to faster ...
 MedIndia2 weeks ago

CrowdOptic Adds Stanford University Medical School for its Goggle Glass Solutions

When Google introduced its Glass most people saw it as a fashion statement with some computer capabilities, but as different industries started looking at the potential applications of the technology, it has become much more than that. One of the ...
 TMC Net3 weeks ago
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Poor sleep quality increases suicide risk in older adults

The research conducted by the Stanford University School of Medicine, California demonstrated that those individuals who reported poorer sleep quality at baseline had a 1.4 times increased risk for suicide. Rebecca A. Bernert, Ph.D., of the Stanford ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Vision problems for older adults can dim life expectancy  Health Canal17 hours ago Sleep Drunkenness: What You Should Know  NDTV22 hours ago Sleep drunkenness disorder a sobering thought  6minutes.net.au1 day ago
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Light-Driven Stimulation Found to Result in Significantly Better Stroke Recovery in Mice

Researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine have found that the motor ability recovery in mice that had suffered from strokes several days earlier was significantly greater if light-driven stimulation was applied to the nerve cells in the brain.
 Med India1 week ago
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Obesity before pregnancy linked to preterm births

The findings from the Stanford University School of Medicine provide important clues as to what triggers extremely preterm births, specifically those that occur prior to 28 weeks of pregnancy. The study found no link between maternal obesity and premature ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Obesity Prior to Pregnancy Linked to Preterm Births  Med India2 months ago
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Sleep Drunk? Strange Sleep Disorder More Common Than You Think, Stanford University School of Medicine Study

"Sleep drunkenness" is more common than previously thought, affecting about one in 15 Americans, according to a new study that looked at the sleeping habits of more than 19,000 adults. Also called confusional arousal, the condition causes people to ...
 BioSpace1 day ago 'Sleep Drunkenness' Common, But Rarely Unexplained  MedPage Today2 days ago Exercise May Shield Older Women From Afib (CME/CE)  MedPage Today6 days ago CBS Health: "Sleep drunkenness" affects 1 in 7 Americans  CBS News2 days ago
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Monday, December 8, 2014 -- Genomics Enabled Learning Healthcare Systems: Gathering and Using Genomic Information to Improve Patient Care and Research - A Workshop

Organized by the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine in conjunction with the Stanford University School of Medicine, the conference will focus on the policy issues related to genomics and
 National Human Genome Research Institute1 day ago 2014 Best Medical Schools  HispanicBusiness.com1 week ago
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