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Brain tumors: The positive effect of the cognitive reserve

Cognitive reserve—the term given to the capacity to maximize cognitive performance through differential engagement of cerebral networks or alternative cognitive strategies—protects the cognitive functions of brain tumor ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

New EEG procedure accurately measures distress caused by tinnitus

While it's especially common in older adults, tinnitus—a potentially devastating ringing in the ears—can affect people of all ages. Most often described as consistent buzzing, hissing or humming, tinnitus is usually caused ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Singing found to support stroke rehabilitation

Approximately 40% of stroke survivors experience aphasia, a difficulty with comprehending or producing spoken or written language caused by a cerebrovascular accident. In half of these cases the language impairment still ...

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