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Our final, online-only edition of BrainWork: The Neuroscience Newsletter features the same quality of brain-science reporting and writing that we’ve been printing since 1991—and that you’ll continue to find in all of Dana’s exclusive news and publications. (The name “BrainWork,” meanwhile, will shift to our … Continue reading
In our Summer issue, stories include: Imaging Reveals Alzheimer’s Clues both Before and After Disease Develops—Signs of Alzheimer’s may be detectable years before symptoms emerge. New brain imaging techniques and other approaches are giving scientists new insight into disease risk and … Continue reading
Posted this week in BrainWork: Effects of Hormone Therapy May Hinge on Timing, Genes by Sandra A. Swanson Experts remain divided on the merits of hormone treatment for menopausal women. New evidence lends support to the idea that timing, genetics … Continue reading
In our January-February issue, dedicated to the 38th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, which took place Nov. 15-19 in Washington, D.C.: A Slew of Studies Provides Addiction Insight—Addiction doesn’t just affect people’s pleasure centers; it may also short-circuit … Continue reading