New findings published in Brain: A Journal of Neurology found that individual differences in brain structure could essentially determine the risk of future drug addiction.
New findings published in the journal Biological Psychiatry show that Dopamine, a chemical messenger in the brain that is most closely associated with pleasure and reward, showed just how much people push for instant gratification.
An ancient brain is telling scientists a bit more about the origins of early heads. Researchers have found a fossil brain more than 500 million years old that reveals a bit more about the process of evolution.
What we eat ultimately influences the makeup of our body, and a new study shows that this is particularly true for the makeup of our brain.
Modern society is not without stereotypes related to gender and the appearance of women.
Issues stemming from certain mental illnesses can cause fuzzy thinking, according to recent findings published in the journal Brain. Researchers found that it was not uncommon for people with depression or bipolar disorder even to complain that their thinking had become less sharp, with brain scans ...
New findings published in JAMA Pediatrics reveal that concussions among football players oftentimes occur during high school and college team practices.
New findings published in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research show that binge drinking can significantly increase the risk of damages to the brain.
New findings published in the American Heart Association journal Stroke reveal that long-term exposure to air pollution increases the risk of silent stroke by 46 percent, can disrupt the size of the brain and it's structure by 0.32 percent and may also result in reduced cognition.
A new study published in the Journal of Health Promotion and Education suggests that standing could be a better way to help facilitate learning and concentration.
Last minute studying for an exam might seem like a good idea if you're not prepared, but will it really be any help? A new study suggests that it's unlikely to do any good in reality.
Researchers at Britain's Oxon Epidemiology and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine aren't telling older folks to put on a few pounds. Just like previous findings that support a healthy lifestyle, exercise and healthy eats are probably the best plan of action for a long life. But could...