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What’s New in Research – September 2017

Circadian timing & eating; new drug target in Parkinson's; infants born small in low-income countries; and a new opportunity in palliative care

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Downward-Facing Rat? How “Rat Yoga” Is Unraveling the Mystery of Back Pain

In their quest to understand how stretching can ease back pain, Helene Langevin, MD, and her colleagues are gaining insight from rodent models in the lab.

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What’s New in Research – July 2017

New research on HIV; brain development and socieconomics; microRNAs and brain cancer; why we get diarrhea and more.

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The National Sleep Research Resource: A Model for Big Data Sharing

The National Sleep Research Resource offers the research community open access to large, multi-dimensional sleep data.

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The New Wave of Imaging Technology in Medicine

Jayender Jagadeesan, PhD, and the National Center for Image-Guided Therapy explore the ways augmented, mixed and virtual reality can be used in medicine.

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What’s New in Research – August 2017

An In-Depth look at Sleep Spindles With the help of an enormous data set, Shaun Purcell, PhD, strives to…

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What’s New in Research – June 2017

Alzheimer's and the immune system; in depth with an interleukin; Notch in a double bind; and a virus visualized