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Biology

Neuronal Scaffolding Plays Unexpected Role in Pain

By R. Douglas Fields
Perineuronal nets, rigid structures that hold certain neurons in place, affect a surprising amount of brain activity, including some associated with chronic pain.

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Biology

Why Do We Get Old, and Can Aging Be Reversed?

By Steven Strogatz
Everybody gets older, but not everyone ages in the same way. In this episode, Steven Strogatz speaks with Judith Campisi and Dena Dubal, two biomedical researchers who study the aging process.

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