A team of researchers are shedding light on brain size and intelligence among carnivore species. They found that carnivore species with larger brains relative to their body size tend to be better problem-solvers.
New findings published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B suggest that exposure to an environmental toxin that's linked to algae bloods could increase the risk of neurodegenerative disease.
Your memory capacity may be far more massive than previously thought.
Do you have mixed emotions? Then you may have emotional depth rather than simply being indecisive.
Previous studies show that Alzheimer's disease (AD) targets large networks in the brain that contribute to memories. However, researchers are still uncertain how this relates to misfolded proteins seen by pathologists at autopsy.
What we say "says" a lot, but the sounds we make while or before we say something might bring the strongest message, according to a new study.
As adults age, it's not just about staying physically active-it's also about staying mentally active. New findings published in the journal Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience show that engaging in both enjoyable and enriching lifestyle activities can be helpful with maintaining cognitive vital...
Researchers found that pregnant women should consume more fish to improve the growth and development of their child's brain.
New findings published in the journal Stroke found that fragmented sleep-otherwise known in which an individual is repeatedly awakened-can deprive the brain of oxygen, increase the risk of stroke.
Scientists may have discovered an unknown "back door" into the brain linked to cocaine addiction. The findings may explain why individuals addicted to the substance may have trouble dropping the habit.
Researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai found that changes in brain wiring may help avert the onset of developing bipolar disorder in some patients.