Scientists advocate for further research on benefits of exercise training for managing multiple sclerosis

A team of experts encouraged ongoing investigation of the benefits of exercise training for individuals with multiple sclerosis, citing shortcomings of available studies. They outlined their outlook for this avenue of research in, “Exercise in multiple sclerosis,” published in The Lancet Neurology. Team members countered the conclusions of recent reviews, which stated that exercise training […]

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Similar patterns of brain activation and language selectivity found in speakers of 45 different languages

Over several decades, neuroscientists have created a well-defined map of the brain’s “language network,” or the regions of the brain that are specialized for processing language. Found primarily in the left hemisphere, this network includes regions within Broca’s area, as well as in other parts of the frontal and temporal lobes. However, the vast majority […]

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