A new neuroimaging study identifies differences in brain areas in children with Tourette syndrome compared to peers without the disorder.
Researchers have mapped structural changes that occur during development in the teenage brain and provide an explanation as to how some of these changes may predict mental health problems that can occur during late adolescence.
Researchers report differences in the cerebellum and pons could increase risk for multiple forms of mental illness.
Researchers discover the brains of children who suffered clinical depression as preschoolers had thinner gray matter in areas of the brain associated with emotional processing.
Gray matter was reduced in areas of the frontal gyri of patients with COVID-19. Significant gray matter reductions were seen in those who received oxygen therapy and in those who reported fever. The findings suggest coronavirus affects the frontotemporal brain network due to reduced oxygen and fever.
A novel PET neuroimaging tracer detects abnormal inflammation in the cerebral gray matter of patients with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis.
Children with binge eating disorders have differences in gray matter density compared to their peers who do not experience overeating disorders.
Researchers have identified electrical activity in the brain that is specific to the start of migraines. The new study reports spreading depolarization can be seen as a migraine begins, and an electrical current can be used to stop it in its tracks.
According to a new study, speech can be recovered on the right side of the brain following a stroke.
A new study reports people with intermittent explosive disorder have significantly lower gray matter volume in the frontolimbic region of the brain.
Assessing a child's exposure to air pollution on a monthly basis from conception to the age of 8.5, researchers found the greater the exposure to air pollution before the age of 5, the greater the alteration in brain structure by preadolescence.