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Hearing Loss Tied to Faster Brain Shrinkage With Age

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New Insights Into Sleeping Disorder Narcolepsy

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Poverty May Harm a Child's Brain Development, Study Suggests

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Preschoolers Beat College Kids at Figuring Out Gadgets

Scans Show Brain-Connection Differences in Those With Epilepsy

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Scientists Erase, Then Restore Memories in Rats

Scientists Inch Closer to Alzheimer's Origins

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Scientists Spot Brain's 'Off' Switch for Water Intake

Scientists Watch Imagination at Work in the Brain

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