The temperature of the human brain varies much more than previously believed, and the temperature variations could be a sign of healthy brain function.
A new study reveals how a receptor in the brain called MC3R detects nutritional states in the body and regulates both growth rate and the timing of puberty.
Neuroimaging study reveals decreased levels of the SV2A protein in synapses in patients with schizophrenia. The decrease in the protein could underlie the cognitive difficulties experienced by those with schizophrenia and provide new targets for treatment.
Study implicated hippocampal neurons in our ability to make educated guesses.