According to a new study, gut bacteria plays an important role in inducing depression and anxiety, even in early life.
According to researchers, an experimental drug extends lifespan in male mice and ameliorates a number of behavioral symptoms of Rett syndrome in female mice, signifying the disorder may be reversible.
A new study reports people with insulin resistance, a feature common in type 2 diabetes, can increase the risk for developing Alzheimer's disease.
A new study reports too much extra fat can impair the body's ability to send signals to the brain to stop stress responses.
A new study reports high fat diets can impair the function of the mesolimbic dopamine system.
A new study reports diabetics who experience high rates of complications also have an increased risk of developing dementia.
A new study reports high fat and high sugar diets alter gut bacteria and cause changes in cognitive flexibility, or the power to adapt to changes in situations.
Researchers have identified genetic triggers that help to regulate appetite in fish and mice.