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New research finds that previous studies of mental illness using brain scans may be too small for the results to be reliable. Andrew Brookes/Getty Images/Image Source hide caption

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In 2016, dozens of people associated with the U.S. Embassy in Havana began reporting symptoms of what became known as "Havana syndrome." Alexandre Meneghini/Reuters hide caption

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Brain Scans Find Differences But No Injury In U.S. Diplomats Who Fell Ill In Cuba

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Brain Patterns May Predict People At Risk Of Suicide

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Half Your Brain Stands Guard When Sleeping In A New Place

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