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A potential treatment for certain mental disorders involves zapping a certain area of the brain with short bursts of electrical energy.
Improving vision may improve the connection between the eyes and the brain.
Genetic signals active in dozens of areas in the brain affect dietary choices.
When the central nervous system deems an odor to be dangerous, the brain unconsciously prompts the body to flee.
People who are easily angered exhibit a stronger connection between three areas of the brain and certain brain networks related to action.
Brain plaques associated with Alzheimer’s disease show up early in people who scored higher in neuroticism and lower in conscientiousness.
Pthalates in personal care products are associated with premature death from all causes.
The release of the “feel-good” hormone dopamine in the brain is actually triggered by both pleasurable and stressful experiences.
Study findings suggest that herpes simplex may trigger the development of Alzheimer’s disease, Lou Gehrig’s disease and glaucoma.
Hospital-diagnosed infections of youth between ages 11 and 19 are associated with an elevated risk of developing MS.
Of two proteins found in those with Alzheimer’s disease, one, called tau, proliferates more often in women, and certain younger individuals.
An uncommon gene mutation linked with Alzheimer’s that starts at age 40 is found in several generations of one family in Sweden.
Writing by hand can help people learn to read and write more effectively than typing text or viewing videos.
A remarkable group of seniors called “superagers” performed as well as young adults on memory tasks.
Drinking ice-cold water could negatively affect your health—particularly if you suffer from migraines.
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