A new study suggests that it may be possible to regenerate spinal cord fibers through treatment for stroke-related disabilities.
Those who cycle in states with helmet laws are at a lower risk for fatalities.
The brain can look like a chaotic place if you don't know what you're seeing. Now, researchers have created a new model--or map--of the brain that explains this apparently chaotic activity.
Researchers believe a drug that staves off hunger may be able to prolong lifespan.
A new study from investigators at the University of Michigan and Eli Lilly may reveal the brain's "switch" for new behavior.
Ever wondered what a dinosaur's brain was like? Scientists may have found out. By using ancient fossils, researchers have shed light on how the brain and inner ear developed in dinosaurs.
Have you ever had trouble with math? Apparently, you just need to shock your brain. Scientists have revealed that a harmless form of brain stimulation can actually improve a person's ability to perform calculations.
A new German study shows tickle triggering laughter is different than that brought on by just a joke.
Scientists have discovered exactly how the brain tracks a speeding baseball or 120 mph tennis serve.
Real-time brain scan readouts apparently enable people to train their own brain and avoid harmful thoughts, especially the type that activates abnormal hyperactivity leading to anxiety. Displaying the activity in specific regions of their brains allows individuals to learn to control that activity a...
A new study from the UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Ghent University compares different feelings regarding how individuals choose to suppress emotion when instructed to inhibit one.