Mens sana in corpore sanome
Stress and memory don’t mix very well.
This is stranger the fiction. The woman in question insists that there’s nothing funny about all of this.
Ever heard the idiom “as peaceful as a drunkard”? No? Here’s why.
Participants were able to better control their hallucinations after playing a computer game.
Eat your greens!
A study finds lower narcissism and higher self-esteem in Eastern German teens.
The distinction between brain and computer has never been blurrier.
More and more evidence suggests that chronic noise causes cardiovascular diseases.
A story of bungee jumping, electrical currents, and free will.
There are still plenty of science-backed reasons to meditate anyway. It’s just that ‘becoming a better person’ isn’t one of them.
The new blood test uses the immunoprecipitation with mass spectrometry technique, which deploys antibodies to bind and identify proteins.
Anxiety is useful, to an extent, but sometimes it can overflow, with devastating consequences.
Friends think alike.
The brain changes and the skull follows.
Google honors a medical genius who helped countless people with their seizures.
The secret to fighting illiberalism may be to get everybody trippin’. Well, if it’s for the greater good, I guess we’ll just have to do it.
Hugs are an expression of intimacy, universal in human communities and communication.
You don’t need to suffer concussions to get CTE, which mainly affects athletes who receive repeated head trauma.