Human Brain More Active Than Previously Thought
The brain is more complex than most people think. A new study says that more brain activity has been seen than previously thought.
Take A Deep Breath And Let It Go: Scientists Discovered That Good And Deep Breathing Through The Nose Can Boost Memory
How can a simple act of deep breathing help in improving one’s memory and sharpen one’s mind? Are there underlying steps that you need to do first in achieving this kind of health benefit? Find out what experts have to say.
Schizophrenia Patients May Now Be Able To Make 'Voices In The Head' Quieter
Researchers used a mouse model that mimics 22q11 deletion syndrome, also known as DiGeorge syndrome. People with this syndrome are more likely to develop psychiatric conditions, including Schizophrenia.
Treatment Caused Paralyzed Australian Woman To Walk Again After 12 Years
Rhonda Hodges has stiff person syndrome - a rare neurological illness causing muscle stiffness and spasms- which made her bedridden for 12 years. But a pump that injects a drug into her spinal cord which Mater Hospital doctors inserted made her able to walk again.
Robin Williams’ Widow: Remembering About The Last Days
In her essay, published in the medical daily Neurology entitled "The Terrorist Inside My Husband's Brain," Schneider Williams wrote that she wishes her words will "help make a difference in the lives of others."
Foot Orgasm: First reported case of the 'footgasm' disorder seen in a 55-year-old Dutch woman
A woman in the Netherlands reported the first ever documented case of Foot Orgasm Syndrome.
Scientists create BigBrain: 3D human brain model 50 times better than MRI that may help understand Alzheimer's, behavior
Neuroscientists have created the most detailed model of the human brain that may help look into structures involved in depression, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and other neurological problems.
First Cellular Level Brain Scan Recorded: Watch A Zebrafish Think
For the first time, researchers have mapped a brain at the cellular level, observing individual neuron activity.
Why Does Obama Want To Map Our Brains?
The president announces a new project that will make waves in science and the economy