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A helping hand: Healthy arm helps retrain stroke-impaired arm

...p restore function and that electrical stimulation sparks the rewiring of neural circuits to restore connections lost to stroke-induced brain injury. "This study shows that two motor-recovery protocols are better than one that stimulation and bilateral movements are better than only stimulation. But stimu...

FINAL ALERT: RPB Science Writers Seminar in Eye Research to be held in Washington, DC Sept. 22-25

... That leaves many issues unresolved. Such as: what sparks the misfires that lead to rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis and a host of other autoimmune disorders -- AMD, perhaps, now among them? Newly armed with advanced imaging technology for viewing the immune system at work in living animals (and p...

Experts debate benefits, dangers of chlorine in C&EN point-counterpoint

...ther and mention the word "chlorine" and watch the sparks start to fly. That's exactly what happened at a forum on a different, but related, topic of sustainability, sponsored by the news magazine Chemical & Engineering News, a publication of the American Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific soc...

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