Using virtual reality technology may allow people to regain motor control in damaged limbs, a new study reports.
Researchers investigate why listening to music socially has benefits, and when it my amplify negative emotions.
A new PNAS study reveals the hippocampus can promote brain wide functional connectivity in the cerebral cortex, and enhance sensory response. Researchers say the hippocampus should be considered to the the 'heart of the brain'.
Yale researchers report people with type 2 diabetes and obesity have reduced levels of glucose in their brains. The finding may help explain why obese people and those with T2DM have increased risk of eating disorders and Alzheimer's disease.
A new study recommends different strategies, including removing digital devices before bedtime and embarking on calming activities to encourage healthy sleep in children and teens.
Researchers have identified a genetic mutation in an extended Amish family that allow them to live 10 percent longer and have 10 percent longer telomeres than other Amish kindred members who do not have the mutation. People with this mutation also have a lower diabetes risk and lower vascular aging, researchers note.
A new Nature Communications study reports the antidepressant Clomipramine may relieve symptoms of primary progressive multiple sclerosis.
Researchers report binge drinking during pregnancy and lactation may result in an increased risk of mood problems and alcohol abuse in offspring as they reach adolescence.