Researchers have uncovered what goes on in our brains when we are faced with the decision to take a risk or play it safe.
Researchers used a new technique to discover what happens when Parkinson's patients receive cell transplants.
Researchers report transplanted nerve cells can survive for a number of years and restore dopamine production in Parkinson's patients.
Researchers find high level of inflammation markers in the blood of people with depression. The research indicates persistent inflammation affects brain areas associated with the more stubborn symptoms of depression.
A new study reports Parkinson's related dyskinesia occurs when striatonigral neurons become less responsive to GABA.
A new study reports a lack of sleep can reduce aggression and affect reproductive fitness in fruit flies.