"The brain is one of the regions where virus likes to hide," researcher Mukesh Kumar said. "Once it infects the brain it can affect anything because the brain is controlling your lungs, the heart, everything."
Professor Cris S. Constantinescu told Newsweek: "We need to remain vigilant as even mild respiratory infection with COVID-19 can affect the nervous system in many different ways."
Ditching the 9 to 5 work day could make night owls healthier and more productive.
The research could explain why women don't experience as much cognitive decline as men in their later years.
Democrats "don't understand what happens," Bernie Marcus said, talking about the new tax law's impact.
Tinnitus can include not just ringing in the ears, but buzzing, hissing, whistling, swooshing or clicking.
Such damage has been seen only in people over 46. He was 27.
Is the apparent lack of motive driving investigators to leave no stone unturned?
Now locals are trying to figure out why.
Experiments show people who are more "open" are more creative, and these people have different visual experiences, experiments show.
Boston University researchers will study the former New England Patriots player's brain for signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE.
This is the period when we lay down memories and store information, researchers said.
Brain scans are often used to prove that women are "not as good" as their male counterparts.
It's as yet unclear what degree of risk the particles pose but researchers fear they could lead to brain diseases.
"I guess it just feels like you have bugs underneath your skin, crawling around in these little tunnels."
In the largest study of its kind, researchers have found new evidence that strengthens the tie between brain trauma and Parkinson's disease.
Penalty shoot-outs loom large in Euro 2016 in the knockout phases.