Neuroscientists discover brain area involved in movement

It's long been accepted that the part of the brain called the primary motor cortex controls body movements. Certain groups of cells direct specific movements—for example, of the feet, hands or tongue. The cells of the primary ...

Oncology & Cancer

Double testing better at identifying bowel cancer

The accuracy of detecting bowel cancer is increased to almost 100% by carrying out a common test twice rather than once, a new study published in the British Journal of Surgery shows.


Scientists identify mutated gene behind mirror movement disorder

Scientists at Université de Montréal, McGill University and its affiliated Montreal Children's Hospital have made a promising breakthrough in understanding the origins of mirror movement disorder, a rare inherited neurological ...

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