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Researchers may finally know what’s causing the mysterious polio-like illness in kids
A new study adds weight to a growing body of evidence that a virus may be causing acute flaccid myelitis.
What we know about the polio-like illness paralyzing children—and what we don’t
Acute flaccid myelitis is challenging to predict.
Thought-reading AI helps a person with quadriplegia play Guitar Hero
The brain interface learns—and remembers—how to read thoughts.
Playing hockey on a sled totally changes the game
Para hockey has its own unique biomechanics.
The next generation of brain implant is a teeny tiny coil
The micro coils make mind-controlled prosthetics easier to use
Wireless brain implants are helping paralyzed monkeys walk again
Are humans next?
Olympic Cupping, Saturn In Infrared, And More
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Paralyzed Patients Regain Partial Movement With Long-Term Brain Training
Therapeutic device could be effective treatment for paralysis
For The First Time, Scientists Restore Finger Movements In Paralyzed Man
With two sets of electrodes that create a "neural bypass"
Monkeys Drive Wheelchairs Using Thought Alone
A major step toward helping humans with paralysis