A type of amoeba that enters the human body through the nose and destroys the brain has been detected in the water systems of two Louisiana parishes.
Researchers say a molecule found in the brain associated with immunity has been found to play a large role in social interaction, giving us insight into autism.
A new test developed by Cornell University researchers may help diagnose stroke within 10 minutes…as long as people know the symptoms.
Research has found that low-intensity exercise helps activate the visual cortex, which may in turn actually help improve your vision.
A protein in umbilical cord blood rejuvenated the hippocampal memory area in brains of older mice in a Stanford University study.
Smaller brain volume and poorer memory are linked in two recent studies with soda consumption – including of the supposedly healthier “diet” kind.
In a new study, researchers were able to predict with up to 85% accuracy which infants would go on to develop autism based on MRI scans.
A study has uncovered a link between gut bacteria and the onset of Parkinson’s disease, and could lead to a new way of treating one of the world’s most debilitating diseases.
The EPA is delaying a proposed rule that would ensure the restricted-use pesticides, atrazine and chlorpyrifos, are applied safely by adult farmworkers.
A new study in mice shows that a daily dose of cannabis could reverse age-related brain decline in older people due to the THC compound.
Scientists have recently discovered a link between excess blood sugar and Alzheimer’s disease, paving way for much-needed research.
A brain scan study shows that using GPS devices apparently “shuts off” the planning and navigational activity of the hippocampus and prefrontal cortex.
EPA head Scott Pruitt says his agency won’t ban the insecticide chlorpyrifos, despite overwhelming research showing it’s dangerous to kids and farm workers.
A doctor recently doubled the dose of a dangerous antidepressant Naikin Venant, 14, was taking when she live-streamed her suicide in January.
The state of California was forced by a Superior Court judge this month to release guidelines for safe cell phone use that they feared would cause panic.
By implanting insulin-producing cells from mice into rats, scientists were able to grow a mouse pancreas that reversed diabetes in the mice.
Neuroscience researchers say if you’re the impulsive type, you probably have difficulty walking in somebody else’s shoes, and are probably selfish.