"We shouldn't just assume that something is completely safe."
The sugar coma is real.
A good excuse to go for a quick walk at lunch.
For a century, scientists have relied on a fundamental assumption about the brain's neurons. New research shows it's wrong.
Skip the supplements and load up on spinach instead.
The new research would take a proven method of treating Parkinson's and apply it to depression and bipolar disorder.
A study in Spain found that obese and overweight children put on an exercise regimen had greater gray matter and higher test scores
A technique known as transcranial magnetic stimulation can not only change your mood, but also your tastes.
By strapping on VR goggles, users can take a virtual-reality tour of the inside of a brain.
Here's what's going on inside your head when you hum a song, and why this knowledge is so important for medicine.
Entrepreneurs are pursuing some eyebrow-raising possibilities.
These mix-ups have happened before.
The man's brain was wired with 188 electrodes from a previous medical procedure, allowing researchers to pinpoint areas responsible for face recognition.