Researchers have discovered a potential new way to reduce levels of hydrogen sulfide in rats' brains. Decreasing H2S levels decreases the damage the toxic gas can cause, and ultimately may pave the way for the development of new treatments for dementia and epilepsy.
Growing up speaking two or more languages was associated with increased gray matter in the brain during adulthood.
Using purified botanical cannabidiol (CBD) to treat mouse models of Davet syndrome improved mortality and reduced behavioral symptoms associated with the condition.
Bilingual multiple sclerosis patients score better than those who are monolingual in cognitive tests.
A new study reports teens with high levels of depression display poorer working memory in tests than those with low symptoms.