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Study aims to assess why highly-processed foods are so rewarding to the brain and why they are so over-consumed as part of the Western diet.
Pain associated with fibromyalgia may put patients at risk of developing opioid use disorder, a new study reports.
A dog's behavioral functions are strong predictors of how its owners treat them.
Acetyl tributyl citrate (ATBC), commonly used as an alternative to phthalates, may not be a safer option when it comes to brain development. ATBCs disrupt the growth and maintenance of neurons in the brain.
A novel neuroimaging technique allows physicians to visualize subtle brain changes on an individualized level in patients with pre-clinical Alzheimer's disease.
Science research articles covering neurology, brain cancer, traumatic brain injuries, neurosurgery, neuroanatomy, brain research and neurological disorders.
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.
Findings shed new light on how the brain orients itself in changing environment, and how the natural navigation processes can diminish as a result of Alzheimer's disease.
A newly developed neural implant can help restore limb function to those suffering from paralysis and other movement disorders. The device improves the connections between the brain and the paralyzed limbs.
Science research articles cover psychology, depression, mental health, schizophrenia, mental disorders, happiness, stress, PTSD, autism, psychiatry and therapy.
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.
A new study investigates how viewing visual art affects our emotions. The findings reveal how the aesthetic experience can impact the body's emotional response.
People with a long-term history of mental illness, including bipolar disorder and anxiety disorders, have blood biomarkers that reflect increased biological aging. The findings may help explain why those with mental health disorders tend to have shorter life spans and are more prone to age-related diseases than the general population.