Imagine the brain as the command centre of the human body, orchestrating everything from the rhythm of our heartbeat to the complexities of consciousness.
Previous pregnancies might mitigate the cortical brain differences commonly associated with surgical menopause.
In recent years, there has been research that has suggested that playing certain online games can have positive effects on your brain function.
Researchers have identified common genetic pathways that link suicidal ideation to actual suicide.
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Study Reveals Chronic Pain Affects 60% of TBI Patients, Highlighting the Need for Improved Pain Management
A recent study examined chronic pain in people with traumatic brain injury (TBI), providing new perspectives that may change how treatment is approached.
Researchers have identified a novel mechanism of induced amnesia in healthy individuals, challenging the traditional understanding of memory suppression.
Lewy body dementia (LBD) is a complex neurodegenerative condition characterised by the progressive loss of substantia nigra neurons, a hallmark of Parkinson’s disease and dementia.
A recent study has made significant strides in understanding the role of epigenetic alterations in the progression of brain metastasis (BrM), a critical and often lethal stage in cancer development.
Music has long been a source of joy, inspiration, and emotional expression for people around the world.
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Mental Imagery Enhances Sports Performance by Improving Psychological, Physiological, and Neurological Aspects of Training
The slimmest of margins frequently determine success in elite sports.
A novel therapy combining art and imagery, rehearsal, offers new hope for individuals suffering from post-traumatic nightmares, particularly those diagnosed with borderline personality disorder.
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) stands as one of the most formidable challenges in modern medicine.
Changing someone’s mind is often perceived as a challenging feat, especially in a world brimming with diverse opinions and beliefs.
Recent studies using mouse models have shed new light on the role of the cerebellum in autism, a complex neurodevelopmental condition.
In the realm of mental health treatment, new methods and therapies are constantly emerging to provide individuals with innovative and effective solutions.