The alteration of the TTC9B and HP1BP3 genes, detected by a blood test during pregnancy, predicted the onset of postpartum depression with 85% accuracy in a small study.
According to new research, our brains are wired to make music-color connections depending on how the melodies make us feel.
New research suggests military personnel who suffer more than one mild TBI face a significantly higher risk of suicide.
Researchers discover individuals can successfully try to get happy with the aid of upbeat, cheery music.
Researchers discover a connection between the quantity of CB1 cannabinoid receptors in the brain and PTSD.
A new study points to a correlation between suicide rates and environmental pollution caused by emissions from coal-fired electricity plants in North Carolina.
Researchers discover evidence of altered circadian rhythms and disrupted brain gene orchestration in patients with major depression.
Anti-Smoking Ads with Strong Arguments, Not Flashy Editing, Trigger Part of Brain That Changes Behavior
Researchers discovered a part of the brain involved in future behavioral changes, the dorsomedial prefrontal cortex, had greater activation when smokers were exposed to anti-smoking messages with stronger arguments as opposed to weaker arguments.
New research suggests children with ASD spend more time playing video games and watching TV than participating in social media and pre-social activities compared to their typically developing peers.