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Blind people are better than sighted people at sensing their own heartbeat, a new study reveals. The findings suggest those who are blind have a heightened ability to feel signals from inside their bodies than those who are not visually impaired.
ChatGPT and other modern AI technologies have both positive and negative effects on academia, learning, and teaching. Researchers say it may be time to adapt to using AI as a tool in education and leverage ChatGPT for the benefit of both academic staff and students.
When dieting, hunger-mediating AgRP neurons receive stronger signals, inducing synaptic plasticity. This may explain why people tend to eat more after a diet and regain the weight they have lost.
A specific pathway of nerves and cells that link the gut to the brain may be responsible for chronic gut pain. Chronic gut pain is commonly associated with IBS, and mental health disorders including anxiety and depression.
Older adults with depression showed increased signs of accelerated biological aging, including poorer brain and overall health compared to their peers without depression.
Science research articles covering neurology, brain cancer, traumatic brain injuries, neurosurgery, neuroanatomy, brain research and neurological disorders.
Shorter telomere length was associated with multiple changes in the brain associated with dementia, a new study reports.
Exercise helps to improve the severity of the movement-related symptoms and the overall well-being of those suffering from Parkinson's disease.
Elite football players are 1.5 times more likely to develop a neurodegenerative disorder such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's, or ALS than the general population.
DNA designer therapeutics restored levels of a protein critical to motor neuron function, restoring the activity that is impaired as a result of ALS.
Infants who are born preterm do not habituate to repeated pain the same way in which full-term babies or adults do. Researchers believe this is because preterm infants have not yet developed the mechanism that enables people to adapt to moderate pain, which is thought to develop during the third trimester of pregnancy.
Science research articles cover psychology, depression, mental health, schizophrenia, mental disorders, happiness, stress, PTSD, autism, psychiatry and therapy.
Study reveals how the "love hormone" oxytocin plays a critical role in the formation of emotional contagion.
Melatonin reduces self-harm in young people with depression and anxiety. The effects were more pronounced in females with anxiety and depression.
Children and adolescents who report having a strong relationship with their parents have better long-term health outcomes, a new study reports.
People who enjoy experiencing JOMO, the "joy of missing out", tend to have higher levels of social anxiety, a new study reports.
Emotional stability was the most common trait linked to people's life satisfaction, social connections, and career.