A new study from King’s College London has found that inconsistent responses in the brain could be the key to understanding common links between abnormal behaviours in a range of mental illnesses and cognitive disorders. Reviewing studies that measure electrical tremors found that brain waves within individuals living with conditions […]
The release of the Covid-19 vaccination has been celebrated and criticised across the world, with some noting the success rates while others state it has simply been developed too fast. While the side-effects of the vaccine continue to be monitored, the European Medicines Agency has issued an update on the […]
The Sentencing Council for England and Wales has released new guidelines which apply to adults who with neurological, mental and developmental disorders. An arms-length body of the Ministry of Justice, the Sentencing Council was established to promote greater transparency and consistency in sentencing, whilst maintaining the independence of the judiciary. […]
Researchers from Michigan State University are using a £565,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to explore the ways robot-assisted learning can help patients improve common daily activities. How neuroplasticity allows people to relearn ‘lost’ skills Following a neurological injury or illness, many individuals can face a long recovery period […]