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What we know about the polio-like illness paralyzing children—and what we don’t
Acute flaccid myelitis is challenging to predict.
Answering Why Snakes Are Long Could Help Repair Human Spinal Cords
A recently discovered genetic trait in snakes could help scientists find a cure for spinal injuries
Why Does A Fly Landing On Your Arm Make You Itch?
It's due to special receptors in your skin, and the discovery could lead to a cure to chronic itchiness
Brilliant 10: Maryam Shanechi Decodes The Brain To Unlock Its Potential
Building the next brain-machine interfaces
Scientists Regrow Severed Spinal Cords In Rats
Neuroscientists surgically and chemically reconnect rats' severed spinal cords, recovering the rats' bladder control.
With Electrical Stimulation to the Spinal Cord, Paralyzed Man Walks Again
Electrical impulses sent to a paralyzed man’s spinal cord allow him to walk again, researchers say. Rob Summers, 25, can...
Placebo Effect’s Neural Activity Photographed for First Time
Researchers used fMRI scans to spot the placebo effect at work in specific spinal cord cells