Researchers have discovered how the brain controls our breathing in response to changing oxygen and carbon dioxide levels in the blood.
According to a new study, during sensory stimulation, increases of blood flow are not precisely tuned to local neural activity, and this can have implications for fMRI neuroimaging.
According to a new study, poor physical fitness in middle age may be linked to lower brain volume in later life.
A new study reports a modified $40 cotton candy machine could hold the key to creating artificial organs and capillary networks.
Researchers have discovered two clusters of neurons in the brain stem that are responsible for turning normal breaths into sighs.
Chronic hypoxia can induce an inflammatory response with concomitant demyelination that can lead to future behavioral deficits, a new study reports.
A new study reports air evacuations may pose a significant added risk for people with TBI as they could potentially cause more damage.