Indoor levels of carbon dioxide may reach levels harmful to cognition by the end of this century. Researchers say the best way to reduce this hidden consequence of climate change is to reduce fossil fuel emissions.
Amiloride, a common blood pressure medication, shows potential in treating anxiety disorder and pain when administered in nebulized form, researchers report.
Researchers have identified a mechanism that helps rouse the brains of mice suffering from simulated sleep apnea. The findings could help develop new treatments for people with obstructive sleep apnea and provide new insights into SIDS.
A groundbreaking study from Karolinska Institute researchers reports astrocytes play a key tole in the respiratory center of the brain stem and assist with the regulation of breathing. The findings are significant as they could provide clues to the causes of respiratory diseases.
Researchers have discovered how the brain controls our breathing in response to changing oxygen and carbon dioxide levels in the blood.
According to a new study, hawk moths recognize the scent of flowers matching its proboscis to help optimize energy gained.
According to a new study, mosquitoes use visual, thermal and olfactory cues to seek out humans, making them almost impossible to avoid.
A new study finds the state of satiation affects perception of risk and decision making.