Understanding Brain Tumours

On the occasion of World Brain Tumour Day, CE speaks to experts about the symptoms and conditions

published on : 7th June 2023

Large brain tumour removed after 8-hour surgery in Delhi

The reports revealed a lesion with dimensions of 4.6 x 4.1 x 3.7cm present inside her brain. Doctors said that the size of the tumour was equivalent to a cricket ball.

published on : 25th May 2023

Students in Kerala will get part-time job opportunities soon: CM

He said the government aims at strengthening the higher education sector by raising the standards of educational institutions to global standards.

published on : 15th April 2023

KPCC ex-leader’s wife passes away 

Veena was fighting a brain tumour for more than a decade. Hundreds of relatives, friends, and fellow politicians rushed to the hospital to pay their last respects.

published on : 8th April 2023

Karaikal records first Covid casualty in a year, victim a brain tumour patient

Following the Covid fatality, the district administration of Karaikal and the Puducherry government held talks to discuss the measures to flatten the curve.

published on : 4th April 2023

Nimhans to get Rs 100 crore for brain and mind research centre

The capacity-building component of CBM’s work will entail better methods of public engagement, with interventions around severe mental illnesses, to reduce stigma and enhance awareness.   

published on : 31st March 2023

Amritpal 'brainwashed' youth at rehab centre to build terrorist outfit: Officials

Singh along with his men started looking for ex-servicemen who had been retired from the Army for bad behaviour so that they could be used for imparting arms training, the officials said.  

published on : 23rd March 2023

Neurosurvey, tele-neurology units launched in Ch’ballapur  

A neuro epidemiological study will also be conducted after decades

published on : 13th March 2023

Tricks and tips on how to train and tame thoughts

We are the sender. We can choose what thoughts we want to emit to the world. We are also the recipients of our thoughts. They not only go out to others but they boomerang back to us.

published on : 11th December 2022

Brain proteins help to understand epilepsy

EEG tests showed brain waves moving out of control, mimicking patterns seen in humans with epilepsy and anxiety.

published on : 10th August 2018

'Brain fade' Steve Smith: prolific but flawed Aussie captain

Steve Smith has established himself as the world's premier Test batsman but serious lapses of judgement have tarnished his achievements on the field.

published on : 25th March 2018

Brain’s language functions get changed after perinatal stroke

The Georgetown University Medical Center-study stated that a stroke in a baby - even a big one - does not have the same lasting impact as a stroke in an adult. 

published on : 18th February 2018

New Artificial Intelligence system can decode your mind

The advance could aid efforts to improve artificial intelligence and lead to new insights into brain function.

published on : 24th October 2017

Third-hand smoke may damage liver and brain tissues

Damage to the liver can hinder its capability to detoxify the body, leading to more damage by third-hand smoke toxins.

published on : 19th September 2017

Here's why you tend to be less alert during afternoon

It is because your brain wants a reward to get active again like it is in the mornings.

published on : 23rd August 2017

Yoga may protect against memory decline in old age

Doing yoga for a long time could change the structure of your brain and protect it against cognitive decline in old age, suggests new research.

published on : 16th July 2017

Decoded: What happens to your brain during hypnosis?

When brain is hypnotised only specific parts of brains are affected,creating a visual stimulus with a trans like state.

published on : 9th July 2017

Find out how brain makes new memories, preserving the old

A new study shows how our brain makes new memories, without deleting the older ones.

published on : 4th October 2016