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May 03, 2019

Electroconvulsive therapy reboots certain brain networks to help depressed individuals, suggest recent findings

Baycrest researchers found that electroconvulsive therapy corrects brain networks associated with learning and thinking impairments. Electroconvul...
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March 15, 2019

When to worry about memory loss and what to do about it

Dementia researchers, experts and innovators discuss the latest research on the early detection and prevention of dementia, as well as innovations ...
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February 07, 2019

Canadian Institutes of Health Research invests in new brain health and aging research at Baycrest

Three of Baycrest’s Rotman Research Institute (RRI) scientists secured more than $1.5 million from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research...
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February 06, 2019

Absentmindedness and becoming easily distracted point to earlier warning signs of silent strokes among people at higher risk

Adults who notice that they frequently lose their train of thought or often become sidetracked may in fact be displaying earlier symptoms of cerebr...
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