An MIT study on how long-term memories are formed may shed light questions in Alzheimer's research.
Until now, the hippocampus in the brain has been linked to memory formation. Now, a study shows that a different part of the brain works in storing memories too.
A new study shows how rage originates and how it is managed in mice.
People who live in poverty can undergo changes in their brain.
Scientists find that eating at inappropriate times of the day may impair your cognitive abilities.
Eating before you sleep can damage the part of the brain that is associated with memory-formation.
Researchers find that even within a limited window of time, the hunger hormone tends to increase the body's tendency to eat double the food it is used to.
Researchers found that by adding estrogen to the brain, it is possible to enhance its capability to learn.
A new study reported that adopting a calorie-restricting diet can slow aging.
According to a new study, older adults who were more physically active had better white matter tract integrity.
A new study found that early exposure to chronic stress can have permanent effects on the brain.
A new study found that NCAA football players had a smaller hippocampus in comparison to non-playing peers of the same age and education level.
Having too much body fat has been linked to brain changes that affect memory, emotions and appetite, according to a new study.
Fish oil preserves brain health, a new study suggests.
Talk therapy may help undo biological changes associated with posttraumatic stress disorder, a new study suggests.
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.