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Centenarians harbor a unique immune cell type, immune activity, and highly functioning immune system that has adapted to a history of illness, allowing for exceptional longevity.
New evidence suggests astrocytes can sense and react to change. These processes are key to memory formation and behavioral shifts.
A new method determines, with 91% accuracy whether a person is suffering from anxious or non-anxious depression from brain signals while the eyes are closed.
Researchers are leading the effort to understand the human genome on an individual level, identifying the specific genetic mutations that lead to illness based on the patient's own genome.
Researchers have uncovered a neural mechanism involving the brain's immune system that spurs alcohol use disorder.
Science research articles covering neurology, brain cancer, traumatic brain injuries, neurosurgery, neuroanatomy, brain research and neurological disorders.
Pain associated with fibromyalgia may put patients at risk of developing opioid use disorder, a new study reports.
A novel neuroimaging technique allows physicians to visualize subtle brain changes on an individualized level in patients with pre-clinical Alzheimer's disease.
Findings reveal a toxin-producing gut bacteria may be responsible for triggering the onset of multiple sclerosis and play a significant role in the progression of the disease.
Astrocytic α7-subunit of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (α7nAChRs) have been implicated as a novel biomarker for the diagnosis of early Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers provide 11 signs and symptoms of cognitive problems to be aware of, as they may signify the onset of dementia.
Science research articles cover psychology, depression, mental health, schizophrenia, mental disorders, happiness, stress, PTSD, autism, psychiatry and therapy.
A dog's behavioral functions are strong predictors of how its owners treat them.
Despite the common myth, alcohol and narcotics are the least effective means to spark creativity, researchers report. Instead, complex training, meditation, and cultural exposure add a boost to your creative flow.
The way you feel about your close social and personal relationships may have a significant impact on the way your body functions.
Emotional response to stress changes and reduces as we age. However, stress can accelerate body aging and negatively impact our overall health.
Study reveals how a parent's personality type can influence and shape the lives of their children, for better or worse.