Eating the right kind of food and proper exercise will result in a healthy brain and arteries, especially during the middle age of life.
Scientists have discovered a new single protein that may hold promise for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimers', Parkinson's, ALS and more.
A professor from NYU claims that exercising can affect your brain in three ways.
The unexplainable bond between mother and child is finally answered by science. MRI brain scans prove change in brains' structure from pregnancy to birth up to two years that is said to prepare mothers for motherhood.
Bioquark, a U.S.-based company has their highly original research on the reanimation on brain dead patients handed out a green light by the Institutional Review Board in the U.S. and India.
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People of advance years are being advised by a recent study from the Indiana University School of Medicine to keep away from taking anticholinergic drugs which are normally present on over-the-counter products.
People who are lacking of sleep are most likely to have an insomnia or people who are having a hard time to fall asleep. Studies show that having a good night’s sleep can help people improve their mental and physical health.
Scientists find that the greater your BMI, the lower is your memory.
Chocolate consumption can improve cognitive functions, a new study reported.
John Hopkins-based scientists are working on a lab grown mini-replica of human brain in an attempt to understand brain diseases better and replace animal drug testing.
Scientists locate the tiny neurons in the brain that are responsible for our sighing, say scientists.
Middle-aged adults who are not fit are more likely to have a smaller brain volume later on in life, a new study reported.
Jimmy Carter's latest scan showed no signs of cancer.
A new study gives an insight into various kinds of schizophrenia as well as the brain's unique anatomical traits.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.