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Holocaust survivors experience life-long psychological & biological toll on brain structure

Holocaust survivors experience life-long psychological & biological toll on brain structure

Stress of Holocaust survivors has shown a lifelong and lasting negative impact on their brain structure, as well as potentially impacting their offspring. The novel...
Explore how concussion symptoms can be reversed by magnetic therapy

Explore how concussion symptoms can be reversed by magnetic therapy

According to the University of Saskatchewan, concussion symptoms, such as loss of balance, hazy comprehension and ability to walk straight, can be reversed by...
Examining ethical issues surrounding wearable brain devices marketed to consumers

Examining ethical issues surrounding wearable brain devices marketed to consumers

Wearable brain devices are now being marketed directly to consumers and often claim to confer benefits like boosting memory and modulating symptoms of depression...
The visual cortex: Is there a brain region for Pokémon characters?

The visual cortex: Is there a brain region for Pokémon characters?

Did your childhood hood involve countless hours spent capturing, training & battling Pokémon? Well, there now may be a link between our visual cortex...
Sleeplessness crisis: The hidden health crisis and what it really means for today’s children

Sleeplessness crisis: The hidden health crisis and what it really means for today’s children

2018 was the year that experts pronounced children’s lack of sleep as a ‘hidden health crisis’, after NHS England statistics revealed thousands of children...
Researchers have uncovered 104 high-risk genes for schizophrenia

Researchers have uncovered 104 high-risk genes for schizophrenia

Scientists have identified high-risk genes for schizophrenia, suggesting it to be a developmental disease that can be detected & treated before the onset of...
Did you know that brain growth is inhibited by heavy alcohol use?

Did you know that brain growth is inhibited by heavy alcohol use?

A study at Oregon National Primate Research Center, USA, shows that heavy alcohol use can slow the rate of brain growth. The study, published in...
Severe depression treatment and deep brain stimulation

Severe depression treatment and deep brain stimulation

World's largest study of deep brain stimulation in the brain's reward system was conducted providing sustained relief can patients use this as a form...
Tackling loneliness: Vodafone explores if technology makes us more alone

Tackling loneliness: Vodafone explores if technology makes us more alone

Do you think technology makes us more alone? Discover how multinational telecoms company, Vodafone, launched a new report into the role tech plays in...
What’s the link between Alzheimer’s disease and head injuries?

What’s the link between Alzheimer’s disease and head injuries?

According to the researchers at University of Eastern Finland, individuals with Alzheimer’s disease have a higher risk of experiencing head injuries. Published in Journal of...
Let’s talk cognitive evolution, tool development and social complexity

Let’s talk cognitive evolution, tool development and social complexity

Researchers have discovered proof that parallel development between cognitive evolution, tool development, and social complexity exists. A study analysed the selective attention processes that determine...
Music enhancing creativity: fact or fiction?

Music enhancing creativity: fact or fiction?

Psychologists from the University of Central Lancashire, Lancaster University, UK and University of Gävle, Sweden are challenging the idea of music enhancing creativity. The popular...

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