Your Brain Is Always Ready For Plan B
People often make decisions and plans, and that would also include alternatives to their main plans. Alternative action is always made ready by the brain, a study reports.
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.
‘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.
MIT Researchers' AI Mimicked Brain's Facial Recognition
Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found a way to mimic how we recognize faces through artificial intelligence. The design is still at its early stages.
Human Brain Goes In And Out Of Sleep, Even When Awake
You know that feeling when you're awake but still unable to process anything around you? There's a scientific reason for it.
Dementia Rates In The U.S. Are Falling, Study Confirms
Dementia rates in people over age 65 fell from 11.6 percent in 2000 to 8.8 percent in 2012, a decline of 24 percent, according to a US study. The report is published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) that confirms previous regional studies in the US as well as recent research in Europe.