43% of children who experience insomnia continue to experience symptoms of the sleep disorder during adolescence and into adulthood.
Researchers have identified a small set of molecules that can convert glial cells into new neurons. The finding could help develop new treatments for Alzheimer's disease and brain injuries.
Experiencing stress made people more likely to give emotional support as well as receive support from others.
Cortical thickness and regional brain connectivity pay an equally important role in linking brain and behavior.
Better quality sleep is linked to improved emotions and fewer stressors the next day, a new study reports.
When presented with a meal, the food a child dislikes is a stronger indicator of what they will eat compared to food they like.
A new study report heartbeat irregularities connected with abnormalities in brain activity may be a biomarker for epilepsy in those who have suffered brain injury or infection.
Among older women, lower levels of hydration were associated with lower scores on tests designed to measure attention, working memory, and motor speed. Researchers also found over-hydration may have a detrimental effect on cognitive function.
An experimental diet that reduced the intake of omega-6 fatty acids and increased omega-3 fatty acids improved mood variability in those with bipolar disorder.