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The UNLV Department of Brain Health has formally launched the Chambers-Grundy Center for Transformative Neuroscience, offering hope through scientific discovery for patients suffering from Alzheimer’s, dementia and other brain and neurological diseases. The center is the latest in a series of milestones from the department and the School of Integrated Health Sciences to better understand how a healthy brain functions, to improve care and treatment of people with brain diseases, and to identify mechanisms of brain disorders.
How to spot — and help remedy — increased alcohol consumption during the pandemic
It’s been a long three months since the start of the pandemic, and we are by no means out of the woods. Social isolation, economic insecurity and health concerns make for a perfect storm of stressors that many of us are experiencing right now. If you’ve been living with a spouse or a partner during lockdown, you will most likely be the first to notice any changes in behavior.
Governors Face Competing Voices as Reported Virus Cases Rise
As Nevada prepared to start reopening parts of its economy last month, a team of medical experts recommended to Gov. Steve Sisolak that he require people wear masks in public to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Exposure to chronic, low dose radiation in deep space could harm astronauts’ brains
(Natural News) A study from the Society for Neuroscience has found that traveling to Mars may be more dangerous than previously thought. This is because astronauts may be bombarded by a constant stream of low dose radiation which, in time, can negatively affect the health of their brains.
As CHAZ Residents Praise It as 'Heaven', Pundit Says No-Police Zone Might Not Be so Idyllic
The so-called "Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone" or CHAZ has been in place for weeks now and despite its leaders claiming to be able to control the situation, two shootings have already taken place on its territory, with residents not allowing police to intervene or investigate.