A neuroimaging study of perinatal brains at 25 weeks of gestation reveals significant differences in brain structures in children who were later diagnosed with autism and those who were not. The findings add to the mounting evidence that ASD begins in early development.
A neuroimaging study links the different symptoms of schizophrenia to neurological disruption in multiple brain areas.
In order to reduce anxiety, the human brain suppresses the sensory effects of the heartbeat, a new study reports.
Researchers say those who use both cannabis and nicotine have greater brain connectivity that those who take one or the other. The networks of those who used both substances closely resembled those who people who took neither drug.
A new mouse study sheds light on how neurons in the brain can activate to trigger inflammation based upon encoded memories of prior infections. The findings shed light on how psychosomatic disorders can occur.
Have you ever wondered why some people find it so much easier to stop smoking than others? New research shows that vulnerability to smoking addiction is shaped by our genes.