- A new robot has been developed that can work inside an MRI scanner, allowing doctors to perform minor surgeries with better image quality.
- Some gadolinium-based contrast agents, intravenous drugs used during an MRI, leave behind a potentially toxic metal in the brains of patients.
- Researchers found that marketing cheap wine as pricier changes brain chemistry, making inexpensive wine more enjoyable.
- The pull of an MRI machine's magnets can be dangerous, and even fatal. A group of scientists made a video that shows why.
- Doctors effectively treated patients showing early symptoms of multiple sclerosis by using a vaccine that is based on a weakened form of bacteria.
A-Rod's Doctor, Michael Gross, 'Examines' MRI Without In-Person Consultation, Reprimanded For Medical ViolationsA-Rod's doctor, Michael Gross, took a look at his MRI without seeing him in person. MLB investigates the relationship between the Yankees player and the reprimanded sports medicine physician.
- A new study settles debates and demonstrates that moderate-intensity exercise reduces fat stored around the heart and other organs.
- Two recent studies have shown the long-term effects of heading soccer balls on the brain's cognitive abilities, and they're not good.
- MRI brain scans work as reliable bipolar disorder tests, according to a new study.
- Post-mortem MRI scanning might make grieving parents more likely to agree to autopsies. A new study finds that the method is as accurate in determining cause of death as invasive examinations.
- Previous neural models of dyslexia have focused heavily on male neuroanatomy, but a new study of the reading disability finds that the brains of dyslexic women are wired differently.
- By using MRI scans to compare patients' brains, researchers saw that even one concussion can cause issues that have long-term effects.