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Exercises to Lift a Stiff/Heavy Leg

Following a neurologic injury, some people experience a leg that feels stiff, heavy, or both. This can make walking difficult.  In this video, you will learn the best exercise routine to relearn how to lift the leg more efficiently and minimize the sensation of having a “heavy leg”. What causes the leg to feel stiff?  […]

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Dynamic Mental Illness Indicators Caught by Advanced AI in Brain Imaging

A new AI algorithm used fMRI data to identify novel brain patterns linked to mental health disorders.

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Nanomagnets Can Choose a Wine, and Could Slake AI’s Thirst for Energy

A new artificial neural network aced a wine tasting test and promises a less energy-hungry version of artificial intelligence, researchers report.

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Harvard Medical School Researchers find that TBI Increases Risk of Cardiovascular, Endocrine, Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders in all Patients

A recent study published in JAMA Network Open finds that patients with a history of traumatic brain injury (TBI), including mild TBI (mTBI), are at significantly greater risk of developing chronic cardiovascular, endocrine, neurological and psychiatric disorders. This proved to be true in all age groups, including younger adults (18-40). This study is important because, […]

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