Researchers at Boston Children’s Hospital discovered a link between inflammation and mental illness using a mouse model of lupus.
Even though teleportation machines may be a thing of the sci-fi movies, it will be fun to see how our bodies and especially, brain, will react should this technology become a reality.
Scientists locate the tiny neurons in the brain that are responsible for our sighing, say scientists.
A new footage that has correlated 77 neurons with "backwards and forwards motion" is a breakthrough video recording by Princeton researchers.
Sleep-learning is one step closer to reality, according to scientists who were able to trigger behavior changes in sleeping participants exposed to olfactory conditioning.
If a teenagers sighs and rolls their eyes upon being warned of the consequences of risky behavior, their brain anatomy should be blamed, according to a new study.
Suffering autism decreases individual's sensitivity of "being imitated," according to past research. While the reason has largely been elusive, new findings suggest that this is because people with autism spectrum disorders have lower activity in the brain region for understanding if other others are imitating or "copying" their movements.
Need a date? Instead of buying that dress you've been eyeing the past two weeks, invest in a bottle of quality perfume.
Acting out dreams is currently the best predictor of common brain diseases.
Using stimulant drugs like cocaine, amphetamines and ADD/ADHD drugs even occasionally can cause permanent brain damage, according to a new study.
The "love hormone" doesn't always produce loving behavior. New research reveals that oxytocin, also known as the "cuddle hormone" affects men and women differently.
Autistic children may be less interested in their social environment because their brains generate more information at rest, a new study suggest.
A new study found no evidence that dyslexia is caused by having less brain tissue.
Taking music lessons in early age may help keep the brain sharp, according to a new study.
Anxiety disorders like post-traumatic stress disorder can develop after an overly stressful experience. Exposure therapy is a common treatment for those who suffer from an anxiety disorder because the patient tries to overcome their dear in a safe environment.
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.