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Early-Life Stress Can Disrupt Maturation Of Brain’s Reward Circuits, Promoting Disorders

A new brain connection discovered by University of California, Irvine researchers can explain how early-life stress and adversity trigger disrupted operation of the brain’s reward circuit, offering a new therapeutic target for treating mental illness. Impaired function of this circuit is thought to underlie several major disorders, such as depression, substance abuse and excessive risk-taking. In..(Read More)

ASHA, HLAA Urge Ear and Hearing Care for People of All Ages This World Hearing Day

With an estimated 48 million people living in the United States experiencing some degree of hearing loss, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) are joining forces this World Hearing Day to encourage the public to take action on their hearing health. Recognized every March 3, World Hearing Day is a global day of awareness coordin..(Read More)

One in a Million - Lung Transplant Patient Completes 12 Races–1 for Each Month Since Surgery

Antonia "Toni" Perez is one in a million. She’s one of 1 million patients in the U.S. who have received an organ transplant, a milestone the nation celebrated last month. Perez recently celebrated her own individual victory: showing her pulmonologist, Reinaldo Rampolla, MD, medical director of the Lung Transplant Program at Cedars-Sinai, the 12 race medals she has earned–one for each month since..(Read More)

MU Researcher Studies Childhood Obesity Prevention Programs In Rural Schools

Since 1990, obesity rates in American children — particularly in rural and underserved areas — have skyrocketed due to a variety of factors, including more sedentary human behavior and an increase in food swamps, or communities with both limited access to fresh fruits and vegetables as well as excessive access to fast food. In a recent study, Crystal Lim, a researcher and pediatric psychologist a..(Read More)

Study Finds Spinal Cord Stimulation May Restore Arm And Hand Mobility After Stroke

In a small study, researchers used a device that stimulates the spinal cord to restore arm and hand mobility in two stroke patients, allowing them to perform daily life activities, such as using a fork to eat a meal. The study, published in Nature Medicine(link is external), was funded by the National Institutes of Health’s Brain Research Through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies®(BRAIN) Init..(Read More)

Lingering Symptoms Common After COVID Hospitalization

About half of adults treated at hospitals for COVID-19 have experienced lingering symptoms, financial difficulties, or physical limitations months after being discharged, according to a National Institutes of Health-supported study published in JAMA Network Open. After six months, more than 7 in 10 adults surveyed in the study experienced cardiopulmonary problems, such as coughing, rapid or irreg..(Read More)

Heart Rhythm Disorders: What You Need to Know

Heart rhythm disorders like atrial fibrillation and sudden cardiac arrest have made headlines in recent months, prompting many to learn more about how the heart beats. It is an exciting time in the field of cardiac electrophysiology, with many treatment options newly available to patients and many more on the horizon," said Michael Shehata, MD, a cardiac electrophysiologist and director of the I..(Read More)