Is reading a good book one of your greatest pleasures? New research suggests that reading novels is more than entertainment; it seems to be good for the brain.
In a recent study of people with spinal cord injuries, researchers found that patients exposed to low oxygen performed better than those with normal oxygen levels.
Research has shown that high blood pressure in middle age may be associated with later Alzheimer’s dementia.
When people talk about Lyme disease they talk about issues like arthritis, but Lyme can do far more damage in other areas – including the brain.
According to researchers at Stanford, people with autism may have improved math skills.
Many important studies in scientific research have been performed on animals but researchers at Stanford are now questioning the value of some of them.
Every 15 minutes sooner that a patient receives stroke treatment, there is a 4 percent reduction of stroke symptoms and deaths.
In the department of “I see how you thought that,” researchers in Germany have created the highest resolution images of the whole brain ever.
Because human brains and monkey brains are similar, the hope is that monkey studies will translate to humans.
There’s no better way to test your attention span and IQ than with brain teasers but The Great Brain Experiment is much more than just that.
One of the most common problems in medicine is something you may never have heard of. Syncope is a short-term but abrupt loss of consciousness with a complete return to normal after the episode.
Did you ever wonder why certain things taste different?
Those who did well in the math section of the PSAT showed more activity in the brain area linked to memory of math facts.
Scientists have found that blinking may be linked to how we pay attention, rather than simply a mechanism to lubricate the eyes.
Pregnancy is a critical time period in which brain function and structure develop. A new study suggests children of mothers who had high blood pressure during pregnancy showed reduced thinking abilities.