Cheese contains a chemical found in addictive drugs, scientists have found.
Chronic marijuana use disrupts the brain’s natural reward processes, according to researchers at the Center for BrainHealth at The University of Texas at Dallas.
Understanding the relation of dopamine to network activity could improve schizophrenia treatment.
Using MRI brain scans, researchers have determined there is an association between the extent of disruption to the blood-brain barrier and the severity of bleeding following a stroke.
Researchers have proposed a computational model that could help explain multisensory integration in humans.
Scientists have developed a blood test that could identify which people with depression will respond to treatment so that patients can avoid spending months taking antidepressants that do not help them.
Researchers have discovered a unique pattern of scarring in the brains of those who were exposed to blast brain injuries that differs from those exposed to other types of head injury.
Intensive physical exercise four hours after learning is the key to remembering information learnt, say Dutch researchers.
Scientists have discovered a new cause of Parkinson’s disease – mutations in a gene called TMEM230. This appears to be only the third gene definitively linked to confirmed cases of Parkinson’s disease.
Finally this week, a protein called Scribble appears to orchestrate the intracellular signaling process for forgetting, a new study reports.