Studies support Darwin's theories of emotional evolution, finding expressions originate from sensory function rather than social communication.
Study reveals we may have first evolved larger brains that allows for adaptions which enhanced brain regions controlling specific abilities.
Researchers at Cornell University have discovered a new pathway that involves immune cells which may contribute to the development of Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers report caffeinated drinks reduce our ability to taste just how sweet something is. Ironically, this makes us crave sweet tastes more.
A new study provides further evidence that increasing choline consumption during pregnancy has cognitive benefits for children.
Researchers believe some treatments for mental health conditions may be ineffective, or even dangerous for left handed people. A new study reports areas of the brain housing alertness and determination may be on the right side for left dominant people. The new theory suggests the location of a person's neural system for emotion depends on their handedness.
Researchers report a boost in healthy antioxidants for green tea brewed with bottled, as opposed to tap, water.