Evidence suggests that diabetes drugs might be an effective treatment for Alzheimer's patients.
What if we had the ability to fool our brain into thinking that we’d experienced something that never happened?
Human brain surrogates are enabling researchers to understand more about various neurological disorders.
The finding could have important implications for our understanding of how both normal learning and neurological disorders may occur.
The Troxler effect is useful in evolutionary terms because it enabled us to focus our attention on dangerous predators.
The man was paralyzed from the shoulders down three years ago.
The company’s initial plans involve injecting the brain with a special formula in a technique known as aldehyde-stabilized cryopreservation.
The 84-year-old man went to the emergency department because he kept falling.
Participants in clinical trials who were given a small dose of psychedelics were rated as having more openness than non-users.
A clinical trial using an antibiotic to treat autism is ongoing in California.
Researchers observed more than 2,500 embraces at an airport's departures and arrivals areas for their data.
Imaging reveals a key feature in the brains of creative people.
“We shouldn’t just assume that something is completely safe.”