Being too focused on a task can make you "temporarily deaf," according to a recent study.
Dogs are man's best friend for a reason; it turns out that they have a conscience.
Scientists have long known that when sounds are faint or objects are seen through fog in the distance, repetition of these weak sensory inputs can result in different perceptions. Now, scientists are figuring out why that is.
Certain stereotypes about age could increase your risk of Alzheimer's disease.
Physical activity helps in "training" the brain, too.
Men seem to have a better sense of direction than women, according to a recent study.
New insights reveal a link between taste and behavior, according to a recent study.
Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may have difficulties processing the emotions that certain facial expressions convey.
Seniors who walk slower may have higher amounts of a protein in their brain linked to Alzheimer's, according to a recent study.
Watching excess amounts of TV can have an effect on our bodies but it can also start to have an effect on our brains, according to a recent study.
The symptoms of a concussion may pass, but a new study shows that even following clinical recovery, some athletes experience reduced blood flow to the brain.
What's the difference between a male and female brain? There isn't one, according to scientists. Researchers have scanned both male and female brains and have found that there is, effectively, no difference between the two.