Maternal biological rhythms support the development of the fetal suprachiasmatic nuclei.
Study reports medications for ADHD have little detectable impact on how much a child with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder learns in the classroom. However, the medications helped children retain attention, improve classroom behavior, and improve seat-time work.
The "pace of aging" score converts several health variables into a single measure that reflects a person's biological aging rate.
A small group of retinal cells, known as OFF ganglion cells, can detect small dips in light levels and appear to be responsible for shadow detection.
Researchers report that gender-affirming hormone therapy improves both physical and psychological satisfaction for those who use the treatment to attain their true gender identity.
Gabapentin, a medication commonly prescribed to control seizure activity, may enhance stroke recovery and restore fine motor function, a new study reports.
Researchers reveal the role the prefrontal cortex plays in emotional processing and emotional suppression.
Cognitive abnormalities associated with schizophrenia may be traced to altered activity in the thalamus during adolescence.
Researchers investigate why we "space out" and stop paying attention to the world around us when we become engrossed in social media posts.