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Cognitive decline is not an inevitable part of ageing. Your brain can renew itself at any age, as noted psychologist Brant Cortright reports.
There’s been a major discovery about spinal cord injury—often seen as a life sentence—that opens up the possibility of a full recovery.
How does a simple natural treatment like exercise stack up against powerful drugs for depression? Joanna Evans investigates
Taking omega-3 fatty acids after a stroke could help repair any damage to the brain, a new study suggests.
Animal testing is usually the first step in assessing the safety and effectiveness of a new drug. But the results don’t always translate and often leave humans open to life-threatening reactions, even after the drug has been approved. Kathy Archibald, director of the Safer Medicines Campaign, argues for human-based testing.