Is the apparent lack of motive driving investigators to leave no stone unturned?
Alzheimer's disease may start outside the brain, which could open a whole new approach to detecting and treating the condition.
The parasite likely swam right up their noses.
A non-invasive cap stimulates parts of the brain via electric currents.
A misunderstood area of the brain could be helping you understand where you are and what you are doing right now.
It's a mystery why Stephen Paddock targeted concertgoers in Las Vegas from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.
Conflicts of interest were rife.
A new study suggests this technique is possibly more calming than mindfulness and meditation.
Russian TV reports that so-called fidget spinners are a U.S. tool to undermine the Russian state.
Fred Warmbier, the student's father, said the family did not believe North Korea's explanation of his son's condition.
64 babies in the U.S. have been affected in the last year.
New study also disproves a theory about dyslexia.
The Peabody Essex Museum wants to use brain science to help offer transformative experiences for its visitors.
Science debunks the myth that humans have a poor sense of smell.
The brain prefers short, predictable sequences—exactly the opposite of a good password.
Boston University researchers will study the former New England Patriots player's brain for signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE.