The ability to create a Lower Paleolithic hand axe may just depend on complex cognitive control by the prefrontal cortex, including the "central executive" function of working memory.
"You are what you eat," as they say.
New findings published in the journal Neurology show that heavy snorers and individuals with sleep apnea could have difficulties retaining memory.
Could disrupted sleep impact our memory? Researchers at the University of Szeged and Eötvös Loránd University in Hungary found that particularly in children, it may impact how they process memories and how they learn.
A new study conducted by researchers at Forsythn and Boston University discusses the important connection between mouth and heart health.
Researchers at the University of Southamptom have found that greater muscle mass is consistently linked with healthier bones. However, fat was found to be unrelated to bone development, based on a new study published in the science journal Bone.
A new study published in the journal Pediatrics examined certain epigenetic tags from the DNA of 44 fathers' sperm, supporting increasing evidence of physiological trait variations that were connected by genes that could essentially be switched on and off on a cellular level.
Two years after archaeologists uncovered the remains of King Richard III beneath a parking lot, the skeleton was reinterred at Leicester Cathedral.
Storm surges are devastating in the moment, but they're also troublesome after the initial wave. Scientists have found that Typhoon Haiyan's storm surge in the Philippines may contaminate an aquifer for years.
New findings published in the journal Sex Roles examine how some women may have a greater fear of physical crime due to the potential of sexual harassment and/or rape.
Researchers at the Australian National University found stronger mental associations between related concepts in people affected by Synesthesia that might affect hearing colors, seeing sounds and other cross-sensory phenomena that may explain some of the related mysteries.