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  Decades-Long Study Provides Basis for Close Monitoring of People Who Have Experienced Trauma Early in Life and the Impact it Can Have on Long-Term Health   The damaging effects of life under Nazi rule have long been known with many victims having experienced periods of protracted emotional and...
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  It has long been known that humans possess the ability to process information and behave both at the conscious and non-conscious levels. It is this duality which allows us to think, feel, make rational decisions and plan for events well into the future.  We have long wondered whether we are...
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   Hebrew University researchers unveil a chain of physiological events that may help provide new methods for disease diagnosis   While Parkinson’s Disease is one of the most common neurological disorders, physicians still lack a validated lab-based methodology, or biomarker, for diagnosing...
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