New nasal spray aimed at reversing fentanyl overdoses is now approved
A new overdose-reversing spray that works fast but lasts longer has been approved by the FDA, and will be available by the fall at earliest.
Chronic pain can be objectively measured using brain signals
Even though pain is universal and we know it happens in the brain, we’ve never before had a way to objectively measure its intensity.
Do we finally know what causes Alzheimer’s?
The first treatments proven to slow cognitive decline in Alzheimer’s are helping settle a decades-long debate about how the disease starts.
Something found in bats could help us survive infections and inflammation
Like hungry locusts, humans can easily be tricked into overeating
Scientists discovered a “minimum mechanism” required for consciousness
New electronic pill zaps the stomach to regulate hunger
Psychedelic inspires discovery of two new drug candidates for depression
To be a happier, more successful person, get off the “hedonic treadmill”
Man’s mutated gene appears to delay onset of Alzheimer’s
First-in-US brain surgery performed in Boston
3 key activities will make you “antifragile”
The groundbreaking plan to map the entire human immune system