People who deal with tinnitus have what's oftentimes described as a "phantom" ringing in the ears that may be constant in some suffering from the health issue. Yet new findings published in the journal JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery suggest that some patients may benefit from a treatment th...
Health officials are still working to understand diseases like autism and schizophrenia as well as how they affect the development of the brain. New research published in the journal Cell reveals that a larger head size--or macrocephaly--is oftentimes seen in children with severe autism spectrum dis...
Bilinguals may actually have more grey matter than the average person. Scientists have discovered that people who speak two languages have more grey matter in the executive control region of the brain.
Birds are quite an intelligent group of endothermic vertebrates. Their lightweight but strong skeletal structure gives them the opportunity to clearly navigate the skies and look for potential food on the ground. Yet did you know they are also capable of learning another language?
Mind control isn't just science fiction. Researchers have designed a brain implant that can control the actions of mice with the press of a button.
The first signs of Alzheimer's may not be a symptom of the illness just beginning to take root. Quite the contrary, actually. A recent study published in the journal Alzheimer's and Dementia reveals that changes in prevalent bio markers linked to the neurodegenerative health issue may begin between ...
New findings published in the journal Radiology link substance abuse to reduced brain volume in women.
Scientists have managed to create a new device that may have some major implications for those with disabilities. The device can actually analyze a person's brain signals and produce sounds.
Scientists have managed to do a real-life mind meld with monkey brains. Researchers have connected the brains of three monkeys together and have found that they can cooperate together to accomplish certain tasks.
Could the ability to imagine the smell of your favorite foods increase obesity risk?
Sure, we all have our vices. And for many of us, junk food is one of them. Yet scientists at the University of Georgia have discovered just why we love to overeat when we're scarfing down our favorite greasy meals.
Small brain lesions are sometimes disregarded by clinicians. Yet new findings published in the Annals of Internal Medicine reveal that these shouldn't necessarily be taken so lightly. In fact, they could be a sign of heightened stroke risk or even death.