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Medical News Today: Key brain area plays a crucial role in addiction

New research finds that the cerebellum, a large part of the human brain that scientists thought was primarily involved in motor control, may play a key role in reward-seeking and social behaviors. The findings may help inform future therapies for treating addiction. New research suggests the brain’s cerebellum may explain addiction. Recent research has hinted… Read More »

7 emerging trends that will boost IoT security As healthcare organizations connect more medical devices to networks, protecting their integrity is crucial.

Armis has identified two chip-level vulnerabilities, which it has named BLEEDINGBBIT, impacting access points and potentially other unmanaged devices. These are vulnerabilities related to use of Bluetooth Low Energy chips from Texas Instruments. The vulnerabilities affect Cisco, Aruba and Meraki access points, permitting hackers to attack networks undetected, introduce malware, move where they want in… Read More »

Novo Nordisk boosts its GLP-1 score with yet more evidence for crucial semaglutide pill

Novo Nordisk rolled out its latest set of data for its next great hope: the oral version of semaglutide, which would become the only pill in the increasingly competitive GLP-1 class. In trial No. 8 of a 10-trial program, which tested oral semaglutide in longtime diabetes patients, the drug beat placebo at reducing blood sugar… Read More »