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A Look Inside Brain-Computer Interfaces and the Potential of Neuralink

Elon Musk is a known figure in the world of electric cars, space exploration, and most recently, social media. Now, the entrepreneur is pushing boundaries in a new way with brain-computer interfaces (BCI). His company, Neuralink, recently announced the completion of their first brain chip implant in a human patient. Questions of risks, opportunities, and ethics have grown around this newest endeavor.


Author Mara Kalinoski | Publish Date February 26, 2024
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Community    Neuroscience    Climate Science    Alzheimer's   

How Air Pollution May Influence Brain Health

The effects of climate change continue to rise across the globe, with increased occurrences of extreme and intense weather. The consequences not only impact the environment, but the changes pose a significant threat to our health.


Author Mara Kalinoski | Publish Date October 04, 2023
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Community    Neuroscience    Rehabilitation

Fetterman’s Candidacy Brings Attention to Symptoms of and Rehabilitation from Strokes

The widely watched U.S. Senate race between Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman and Mehmet Oz, MD, has stoked conversation and questions about strokes.

In May, on the way to a campaign event, Fetterman had a stroke that his wife has said she recognized when he began slurring words and the left side of his face began drooping. During his Oct. 25 televised debate with Oz, Fetterman began by addressing “the elephant in the room.”


Author Rachel Sauer | Publish Date November 02, 2022
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Colorado Politics

Legislation needed to better treat Coloradans' obesity, prediabetes

news outletColorado Politics
Publish DateJuly 03, 2024

No matter how worthy the cause, policy initiatives go nowhere without the help of legislator champions to fight for them. When it comes to addressing Colorado’s obesity and diabetes crises, we Diabetes Advocates are grateful to have state Sen. Dafna Michaelson Jenet in our corner.

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Ravulizumab improves kidney function in patients with atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome

news outletHealio
Publish DateJuly 03, 2024

Ravulizumab was successful in improving blood health, kidney function and quality of life while maintaining eGFR in pediatric and adult patients with atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome, according to published data.

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The Hospitalist

Leading Within an Environment of Work-Life Balance: From Burnout to Wellness

news outletThe Hospitalist
Publish DateJuly 01, 2024

Few topics echo in the doctors’ lounge across the country more often than physician burnout. It’s the hot topic of our time.

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Sustained reduction in HbA1c for adults with type 2 diabetes after starting CGM

news outletHealio
Publish DateJuly 01, 2024

Adults with type 2 diabetes experienced a reduction in HbA1c within 3 months of starting continuous glucose monitoring, regardless of insulin therapy, a presenter reported at the American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions.

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