High-potency marijuana boosts the blood level of THC more than 50% more than smoking lower-potency cannabis, but it doesn't necessarily make you higher or impair cognition more, a new study reports.
Rat study suggests prenatal microbial exposure influences neurodevelopmental outcomes.
Neuroimaging study reveals the neural basis for the motivation to reunite with the ones you love. The findings could lead to new therapies for disorders associated with social behaviors, and may also help explain why social distancing is so tough.
Indoor levels of carbon dioxide may reach levels harmful to cognition by the end of this century. Researchers say the best way to reduce this hidden consequence of climate change is to reduce fossil fuel emissions.
Researchers are developing a self-diagnostic test for coronavirus and other viral infections. SickStick tests for nucleic acids in saliva that increase within hours of exposure to a virus.
When those around you are indecisive, it can have a big influence on your own choices.
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Researchers developed an artificial intelligence system that can detect day-to-day changes in speech that may hint of mental health decline.
In the face of natural disasters, women tend to take the risks far more seriously but have trouble convincing men their concerns are a priority.
Between the birth years of 2007 and 2013, autism diagnosis rates rose 73% for Hispanic children, 44% for African American children and 25% for white children aged between 3-5.
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EmoNet, a new convolutional neural network, can accurately decode images into eleven distinct emotional categories. Training the AI on over 25,000 images, researchers demonstrate image content is sufficient to predict the category and valence of human emotions.
10(Z)-hexadecenoic acid, a fatty acid found in the soil based bacterium Mycobacterium vaccae, interacts with immune cells to inhibit pathways that drive inflammation and increases resilience to stress. Researchers say the findings could bring us one step closer to developing a microbe-based "stress vaccine".