By Neuroscience News
The world of neuroscience is abuzz with groundbreaking discoveries that could reshape our understanding of health and cognition. We're here to take you though the top 5 Neuroscience News articles this week.
You might think calorie restriction is the only way to age gracefully, but new research shows otherwise: switching from glucose-rich to galactose-based diets could be a key to healthier aging.
A breakthrough in obesity treatment is flipping the script—astrocytes, star-shaped cells in the brain, have been identified as the weight-loss switch by acting on a specific cluster of neurons.
What if you want to supercharge your memory and predictive abilities? Being bilingual could be your secret weapon, enhancing your cognitive functions like never before.
Schizophrenia, a disease shrouded in mystery, is getting a new lens—scientists have developed a mouse model with a mutated gene, opening new pathways for treatment.
Researchers have found that adding specific milk components to infant formula can significantly boost IQ levels by the age of 5½.
The key? It's all in the milk fat globule membrane (MFGM) and lactoferrin. These ingredients have shown remarkable effectiveness in raising IQ scores and enhancing executive functions in children.
Stay tuned for more updates as these findings move from the lab to real-world applications, promising revolutionary changes in how we understand and treat a range of health issues.