Long-term damage seen from brain injuries: Swedish study

Long-term damage seen from brain injuries: Swedish study

A study carried out in Sweden suggests that youths who suffer traumatic brain injuries are more likely to experience long-term psychological and social problems.

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Swedish scientists grow new brain cells

Swedish study: drummers more intelligent

Swedish study: drummers more intelligent

Fast food can increase Alzheimer’s risk: study

Fast food can increase Alzheimer’s risk: study

Experiment allows people to ‘shake hands with themselves’

Experiment allows people to ‘shake hands with themselves’

Doctors missed pencil in Swedish boy’s brain

Doctors missed pencil in Swedish boy’s brain

Swedish researchers develop Alzheimer’s test

Swedish researchers develop Alzheimer’s test

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Growth hormones ‘could repair brain damage’: Swedish study

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Swedish researchers reveal key to forming lasting memories

Fine line between genius and insanity: study

Fine line between genius and insanity: study

Swedish team targets addict relapse molecule

Swedish team targets addict relapse molecule

Alcohol damages women’s brains faster than men’s: Swedish study

Alcohol damages women’s brains faster than men’s: Swedish study

Surgery worsens patient memory: Swedish study

Surgery worsens patient memory: Swedish study

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Brain-damaged woman held for being ‘drunk’

Adult brain continues to produce cells: study

Adult brain continues to produce cells: study