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Scientists followed 240,000 people who had COVID-19. JACKSONVILLE, Fla — A new large-scale study shows one-third of people diagnosed with COVID-19 had neurological or mental health disorders within six months of testing positive.  The study published in Lancet Psychiatry looked at 240,000 people who had COVID-19, as well as people who had the flu or …

Jason Havey had his dream job, quit it, and seems to have found it again in an entirely new field. The CEO of Onnit, a health and fitness company, grew up wanting to work in hotels and became general manager of the top hotel in his hometown before discovering a new calling in wellness. Onnit …

They found 34% of Covid-19 survivors received a diagnosis for a neurological or psychological condition within six months of their infection, according to the study published Tuesday in the journal Lancet Psychiatry. The most common diagnosis was anxiety, found in 17% of those treated for Covid-19, followed by mood disorders, found in 14% of patients. …

Paul Ritter — best known around the globe for playing Eldred Worple in “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” — has died. A rep for the British actor says Paul died of a brain tumor Monday night. He died peacefully at home with his wife Polly and sons — Frank and Noah — by his …

  COLUMBUS, Ohio – Most stroke victims don’t receive treatment fast enough to prevent brain damage. Scientists at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, College of Engineering and College of Medicine have developed technology to “retrain” cells to help repair damaged brain tissue. It’s an advancement that may someday help patients regain speech, cognition …

Technology and digital innovation are increasingly becoming the hottest trends in healthcare. The hype is largely well justified, considering the significant strides the field has made in recent years. One of the most significant areas where technology has really made an impact is in the field of cancer care and treatment. Among the most famous …

While Star Trek takes place in the future beyond such scare tactics, this nightmare of technology going too far is still well and good. Adults have been trying to convince us for ages (or since the early 90s) that video games and other electronic entertainment devices are going to be the downfall of our generation. …

Welp, after what felt like the longest year ever, it’s 2021. And with the new year often comes resolutions — maybe more so this time round. Perhaps you want to lose some of those “corona-kilos” or simply maintain the good hygiene behaviours drummed into us during the pandemic. And in January, especially, we must wade …

Christmas came early for Australia’s cricketers on a barely believable third and decisive day of the Adelaide Test. Greeted by perfect batting conditions and cushioned by a handy first innings lead, India’s batsmen suffered a record-breaking brain fade to be rolled for 36 — the tourists’ lowest score in Tests. Set 90 to win, Australian …

Breakthrough imaging equipment in two new procedure rooms at Norton Brownsboro Hospital provides 3D pictures of the inside of the brain, giving neurosurgeons detailed, multi-angled views of blood vessels causing strokes and aneurysms. Using new biplane X-ray technology, Norton Neuroscience Institute specialists are better able to identify and analyze these diseases. The equipment, …