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A study found a neural network in the human brain that coordinates rhythm with feelings of fear and pain.
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insomnia as a potential risk factor for brain aneurysm and a type of stroke called a subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH)
Obesity is linked to changes in brain insulin sensitivity and neurotransmitter function.
Researchers scanned grandmothers’ brains when they are seeing photos of their young grandchildren and provided a neural snapshot of this special, inter-generational bond.
Only ten minutes of moderate-intensity running can boost the part of the brain
Anxiety has on the brain and how brain regions interact with one another to shape behavior.
A recent study found that the human brain may consider similar environments as if they are even more different than two environments that have no similarities.
Researchers have created a landmark by successfully treating a patient with chronic depression with an on-demand brain stimulation method.
We experience more negative emotions in winters than in summer. Seasonal variation in daylight affects the opioids receptors in our brain that regulate both mood and sociability, according to a new study.
People who love basking in sun have genes involved in addiction, behavioural and personality traits and brain function according to a new study led by King’s College London researchers.
Brain News: A music-related hobby can enhance language skills and affect the processing of speech in the brain and vice-versa because the musical and linguistic functions of a developing brain are closely linked to each other.
A new study found that mice can willfully manipulate or learn to control random dopamine impulses occurring in their brain for reward.
A new study found that our brain can update or ‘edit’ poorly formed memories with the wrong information. The incorrect memory updating process could be caused by reconsolidation.
Researchers Identify the three periods of life when the effects of alcohol are likely to be at their greatest – gestation (from conception to birth), later adolescence (15-19 years), and older adulthood (over 65 years).
Scientists at Northwestern University found that it is possible to measure and manipulate realistic types of memory by applying transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to the brain network responsible for memory.
Scientists uncovered that the effects of alcohol intoxication, are actually due to the breakdown of alcohol products produced in the brain
The study claims that scientists can reactivate traumatic memories, which gives them the scope to completely alter or even erase those memories.
The new research published showed visual and functional evidence of the repair of the damaged brain region in brain glue-implanted animals.
A new study has reported that practicing harsh parenting with children through repeated actions of yelling, hitting, or shaking, may lead to brain structures.
Research at the University of Kent has developed a new revolutionary theory, namely the MeshCODE theory, for understanding brain and memory function.