Learning to read changes your brain from stem to cortex, study finds

The more you do it, the better it gets.

Newly discovered ‘sleep node’ in the brain puts you to sleep without sedatives

Neuroscientists at University of Buffalo have identified a sleep-promoting circuit inside the brainstem or the primitive part of the brain, whose activity appears to be both necessary and sufficient to produce deep sleep. This is only the second ‘sleep node’ in the mammalian brain that was identified to serve this function. To demonstrate the sleep node’s function, the researchers used