A tiny array of implanted electrodes may help people with spinal cord injuries to regain use of their paralyzed limbs, a new study reveals.
A new study challenges previous research into the role of the FOXO3 gene in super-aging. Researchers found the gene did, to a degree, play a role in longevity, but did not affect living to ages 96+ in men or 100+ in women.
A new study reports blood samples taken from those with Schizophrenia contain genetic material from more types of microbes than people without the condition. Additionally, the blood samples contained less CD8+ memory T cells.
A new study reveals the quality of the playground experience during recess can have significant impact on a child's emotional well being, behavior and cognition.
According to researchers, the behavior of the owner may influence dogs during problem solving tasks.
Treatment with copper-ATSM helped mouse models retain behavioral performance and prevented extensive motor neuron degeneration and microglial activation associated with ALS.
Popular belief suggests cats are more independent and less likely to form close attachments with humans. However, a new study casts doubt on this myth. Researchers have found cats display the same main attachment styles to their owners as dogs, and babies to their parents.