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Microglia involved in brain plasticity during sleep

Research from the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) suggests that specific immune cells called microglia – which play a crucial role in reorganizing connections between nerve cells, fighting infection, and repairing damage...

Neuroimaging reveals traces of childbirth in the maternal brain

Pregnancy is one of the most dynamic periods in a woman’s life, involving a remarkable potential for brain plasticity that promotes cognitive and emotional adjustments to the newborn. A population-based neuroimaging study provides evidence for a relationship between...

Fit young adults have better brain power

Physically fit young adults have healthier white matter in their brains and better thinking skills than young people who are out of shape, according to a large-scale study of the links between...

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