60% of male suicide victims have no prior history of documented mental health problems, a new study reports.
Researchers have identified an area of the brain that appears to play a role in native realism and how we construct our own versions of reality.
An increase in a woman's symptoms of depression from the preconception to the postpartum period raises the risk of behavioral and emotional problems in her children.
Amyloid fibrils in those with frontotemporal lobar degeneration (FTLD) contain a little-known protein called TMEM106B. Researchers speculate TMEM106B could be found to be the cause of FTLD.
The brains of highly creative people appear to work differently from those who are less creative in terms of connectivity, a new study reports.
While the positive impact of breastfeeding on babies is well known, little is known about the positive benefits for the mother. A new study reveals women who breastfed their children performed better on cognitive tests at age 50 than those who fed their children with an alternative method.
Studying rats in a virtual reality maze, researchers discover certain hippocampal neurons play a vital role in a specific mechanism of navigation.
Levetiracetam, an inexpensive drug commonly used in the treatment of epilepsy, improved memory, learning, and cognition for Alzheimer's patients who experience epilepsy activity in their brains.
Current events surrounding the withdrawal from Afghanistan and the extensive news coverage can trigger post-traumatic stress in those who served in military conflicts, including Iraq and Vietnam, researchers report.