BGU Takes Step Toward Curing AFibAfter discovering a gene that causes atrial fibrillation (AFib), researchers are developing a new medication.
BGU PREPARED Center to Conduct Stress StudyThe study will survey youth in communities near the Gaza border, where stress from terror is taking a toll.
BGU Prof. Makes Strides in Autism Early DiagnosisThe technique involves tracking the eye movements of children as they watch specific films.
Men Are More Prone to Illness Than WomenWomen fight off infectious diseases better than men, but they suffer more from auto-immune diseases.
Autism’s Language Regression Tied to Motor MilestonesStudy finds children with autism who lose words crawl, walk and talk earlier than those without regression.
Brain Damage Can Occur With Mild Head TraumaBGU developed test detects brain damage without symptoms, a huge help for monitoring athletes and the aging.
BGU’S New AI Platform Monitors ALS SymptomsHaving a dependable personalized prediction platform could improve patient care and drug development.
Pesticides Cause Mysterious Brain Disease in Diplomats in CubaBGU Prof. Alon Friedman’s research attributes "Havana Syndrome" to over-fumigation.
Memory Breakthrough Could Help Dementia PatientsSurprised researchers discover single-celled organisms can "remember" where food sources are located.
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