Are you finding it hard to find hand sanitizers in the wake of COVID-19? The WHO has provided a recommended formula to make your own hand disinfectants that can kill the SARS-CoV-2 virus within 30 seconds.
Study reveals how serotonin plays a key role in the scaling of current sensory input and outgoing brain signals.
Increased levels of Smad7 in T-cells is linked to multiple sclerosis-like symptoms in mice. In the intestines, the T-cells were more frequently activated and migrated to the central nervous system, where they triggered inflammation. Similar activation was seen in human patients with multiple sclerosis. The findings provide further evidence that multiple sclerosis may start in the intestines and spread via the CNS.
An individual's level of general knowledge is associated with structural brain network connectivity. Fluid intelligence is best predicted by cortex volume in males, and by functional network connectivity in females.
The use of social media sites such as Facebook does not directly lead to an increased risk of depression. However, social media can trigger depression in users if they post passive content.
A new study reveals why most people prefer to cradle a baby on the left side.
Stress can have an impact on how we utilize social media sites like Facebook. Those who use the social network to facilitate social support during times of stress are more susceptible to developing Facebook addiction disorder.
Brain oscillations may help explain the link between individual neurons and larger scale networks for understanding spatial navigation.