Higher levels of inflammation linked to poorer survival rates are two to three times more likely in lung cancer patients with depression.
Shrunken gray matter volume in brain areas associated with social cognition and a compromised ability to trust others is linked to depression vulnerability and could be used as a biomarker for the onset of depressive symptoms, a new study reports.
Study reveals how the brain juggles morally conflicting outcomes while learning, finding people who opt to make decisions for personal gain at the expense of others can comprehend and empathize with potential negative outcomes, but still ultimately choose to pursue options that benefit them.
Researchers say there is no reliable scientific evidence to support the claim that listening to Mozart's Sonata KV448 can provide relief from symptoms of epilepsy as previously claimed.
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The human brain continues to massively outperform AI technology in a range of tasks, a new study reports. Researchers outline their plans for biocomputers and organoid intelligence systems as future improvements for artificial intelligence technology.
Probiotic supplementation is suggested to prevent neuronal degeneration along the uncinate fasciculus and alter fronto-limbic rsFC, effects that are partly related to the improvement of depressive symptoms.
People often use emojis to soften the impact of negative post expressions as well as to express positive feelings.
Using AI, researchers identified Probucol, an existing anti-cholesterol drug that promotes the disposal of mitochondria, as a potential new therapy for the treatment of Parkinson's disease.
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A good night's sleep may make you less vulnerable to infections, a new study reports. Researchers found sleeping less than six hours, or more than nine hours each night was linked to a higher risk of catching an infection.
Study reveals specific factors, including boredom and threats to harm, that were associated with an increased likelihood of a person becoming a celebrity stalker. Those who admire celebrities based on their ability to entertain alone are less likely to become a stalker.
Study identifies three different bacteria involved in Lewy body dementia. The findings provide new biomarkers for diagnosing the disease, and potential new avenues for therapeutic development.
Changes in different components of the immune system, both adaptive and innate immune responses, may play a role in the development of depression in some people.