Walking Regularly May Protect Your Brain From Dementia
Studies show that walking regularly significantly protects your brain, even lowering your risk for dementia. There is increasing evidence that regular physical activity effectively wards off even Alzheimer's disease.
Space Travel Changes Shape Of Brain
A NASA-funded study shows that space travel can significantly affect the shape of the brain. Astronauts' gray matter volume fluctuates in different parts of the brain after spaceflight.
How the Shape Of The Brain Can Influence Your Personality
Study reveals the shape of the brain is linked to five major personality traits including neuroticism, openness, extraversion, agreeableness, and conscientiousness.
This Is What Zika Virus Can Do To Your Brain
Zika virus is known as one of the most dangerous diseases in history. Knowing its impact in the human brain proves that it is something not to be taken granted.
Want To Have Better Vision? Try Blinking, Singapore Study Suggests
In a study jokingly termed as "the most boring experiment ever," researchers found that blinking does more than lubricating dry eyes. When we blink, our brain repositions our eyeballs to stay focused on what we're looking at.
MRI Scan Reveals Four Regions Of The Brain That Benefit From Laughter
A simple laughter may not only be good to boost a person's cheerful mood, it can also enhance the functioning of his brain.
The Impact Of Alcohol To Teenagers Brain May Alter Functions
Alcohol affects two important parts of the brain which are exposed when a teenager is evolving. This can result in irrevocable brain changes that can impact cognitive functions, personality, memory and learning.
Woman Diagnosed With Alzheimer's Disease At 36
Carla Bramall from England was 30 years old when she first showed signs of dementia. At 36, she was formally diagnosed with Alzheimer's. She is now 39 years old - bedbound at a care home, and unable to speak or even move her head.
Brain vs Gym: How It Easily Stops You From Getting Into Workout
Workout motivation is equivalent with determination. You know exercise is good living however you still don’t do it or lack some interest. You’re not alone. Scientificaly, it will be explain here.
‘Emotional Hangover' Is Real And It Affects Your Memory
Your emotional experiences can enhance your memory, a new study finds. The emotional brain states persist in your brain even for a long time.
Pregnancy Causes Long-Term Changes To The Brain Affecting Social Cognition, New Study Shows
Pregnancy causes long-lasting changes in brain areas that are responsible for social cognition and the ability to understand the thoughts and intentions of others.
Confirmed: Aluminum Does Cause Alzheimer's
Chris Exley, a professor from the Keele University, has been studying aluminum for 30 years and has confirmed that there is indeed a link between the metal and Alzheimer's disease.
'NSR100' Brain Protein Could Reduce Autism Symptoms
Scientists found that people with autism have lower levels of a brain protein called nSR100, and to improve conditions of patients with autism, the protein levels can be increased.
At Long Last! HIV ‘Cure’ Finally Discovered? Details Inside
With the growing cases of HIV being recorded every year, can the new technology finally put an an end to the seemingly pandemic virus? How effective can this solution be? Find out what health authorities have to say