Some parts of the brain unconsciously continue to make classifications of the words, even in sleep, according to a new study.
Schizophrenics secrete higher amounts of three neurotransmitters that have previously been linked to a many different psychiatric disorders,
In a new study, researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Nursing found evidence that sleep apnea disrupts the blood flow in the brain.
Researchers have found that each person's reaction to violent images depends on each individual's brain circuitry and how aggressive they were to begin with, according to a new study.
Few people prefer not to take risks, while some are just known for taking risky decisions. Researchers have now found that the volume of parietal cortex in the brain could predict where people fall on the risk-taking spectrum, according to new study.
The effects of violent images depend greatly on people's unique brain circuitry and their levels of aggressiveness, a new study reported.
Obesity could alter brain chemistry, according to a new study.
Sleep apnea can seriously wreck the brain. However, new research reveals that brain damage caused by the sleep disorder is reversible.
According to a new study, children have stronger food cravings than adolescents and adults.
In a new study, researchers examined how sleep quality affected brain health and discovered that people who consistently did not get a good night's sleep had shrinkage in their brain's gray matter over time.
Having low levels of a specific molecule could explain why stress is more damaging for some people, a new study suggests.
According to a new theory, coffee naps can increase brain functioning.
Researchers from the University of Buffalo, Yale University and Rutgers found that couples that smoked together were less likely to engage in domestic violence.
According to a new study, the Nintendo Wii Balance Board can improve balance for patients with multiple sclerosis.
According to a new study, changes in the eye can predict changes in the brain before physical symptoms show up.
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.