How artificial intelligence gave a paralyzed woman her voice back

Pat Bennett's prescription is a bit more complicated than "Take a couple of aspirins and call me in the morning." But a quartet of baby-aspirin-sized sensors implanted in her brain are aimed at addressing a condition that's ...


What relatives think about home-based hospital care

Relatives are a great resource in today's health care system. In Norway, relatives' efforts add up to approximately the same number of person-years as provided by the public municipal health and care services.


How does dopamine regulate both learning and motivation?

A new study from the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience brings together two schools of thought on the function of the neurotransmitter dopamine: one saying that dopamine provides a learning signal, the other saying that ...

Oncology & Cancer

Clinical screening can identify fear of cancer recurrence

Fear of cancer recurrence (FCR) is one of the most common and distressing concerns cancer survivors have. For many, it can be debilitating and significantly impact their well-being in everyday life.

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