A new gel that contains levodopa can adhere to nasal tissue. The gel releases levodopa directly into the blood and brain. Researchers say the preliminary data reveals the gel has proven to be effective in animal models.
Sleep deprivation impairs our ability to stop obtrusive thoughts from entering our minds.
Study addresses the question of whether a forgotten memory is entirely lost or if it just becomes fuzzier over time.
Influence of social norms shapes a child's desire to share by the age of eight.
Researchers report small, but deliberate changes in a person's facial appearance are effective in identity deception.
The common belief that we are better at remembering faces over names may not be true. Researchers report we are actually better at remembering a person's name than we are faces.
A new study reveals that, on average, we are able to recognize 5,000 different faces.