Study strengthens previous findings linking vitamin E acetate to lung injury associated with vaping.
Strength training may negatively impact endurance muscles. BDNF, which is increased during strength training and helps strength muscles to develop, decreases endurance muscle fibers.
PPL2 neurons help modulate the strength of memories.
Administering oxytocin via nasal spray to new mothers strengthened their brain responses to images of baby and adult faces, researchers report.
A new study reports greater muscle strength is associated with better cognitive function in older adults. However, handgrip strength was not associated with improved cognitive function.
Researchers report Orb2 plays a vital role in memory formation and retrieval in fruit flies. Additionally, JJJ2 appears to assist Orb2 in the formation of long term memory.
Study adds to the growing body of evidence that the microbiome may impact muscle mass and physical function. In high-functioning older adults and mouse models, researchers identified higher levels of good bacteria in the microbiome than in their lower-functioning peers.
Egocentric bias in emotional understanding occurs irrespective of age or context. The bias is stronger in young children.
Researchers report the greater conversational turn taking between adults and children, the stronger the connections are between the Wernicke's area and Broca's area in the child's brain.
Researchers implicate the locus coeruleus in storing memories of stressful events.
Study reveals cognitive behavioral therapy can strengthen specific connections in the brains of people with psychosis, and the stronger neural network connections are associated with long term reduction in symptoms.
Improving muscle strength can also improve brain function in those with MCI, researchers report.