A new gel that contains levodopa can adhere to nasal tissue. The gel releases levodopa directly into the blood and brain. Researchers say the preliminary data reveals the gel has proven to be effective in animal models.
Previous research found sound cues played during sleep can improve a person's memory. A new study reports that sound cues during sleep can also help to weaken intrusive and traumatic memories. Researchers say sound cues during sleep could be used to both increase or decrease the ability to recall specific memories.