One in three adults living in the United States experienced at least one sign consistent with the symptoms of warning stroke or "mini" stroke.
The United States military has revealed their plans to hack the brains of their soldiers to enhance their cognitive abilities, meaning what they could normally learn in weeks, they could learn in a matter of hours
Human stem cells derived from the skin and placed in Petri dish are capable of turning into some sort of human brain tissue.
New findings on the peripheral nervous system could revolutionize existing pain medication.
A team of international scientists claim that they found a pattern in brain activity that can potentially be used to predict the contents of a person's dream.
A multi-disciplinary team from Germany claims that they have found the underlying cause of a disorder characterized by persistent intrusive thoughts being compensated by repetitive ritualized behavior.
This "crown of thorns" encircling the mouse brain just may be the source of all consciousness.
Doctors in Chennai successfully removed a cockroach from a woman's skull, and if she had not come earlier, she would have been brain-dead.
A new study led by the Newcastle University revealed that people suffering from the condition "misophonia" have changes in the structure of the brain's frontal lobe and brain activity.
Prolonged time in space can literally change the brain.
Brain scans of newborn babies may offer clues whether the baby would develop symptoms of clinical depression and anxiety disorder later in their life.
A dose of the hormone kisspeptin could help men struggling with the sex lives by bringing back their lost sexual urges.
The monster tumor has a skull covering the 1.18-inch brain, which included a tiny version of a cerebellum and a mass that resembled a brain stem.
Researchers identified a key cellular protein that could potentially be exploited to work as a possible treatment for neurodegenerative diseases, such as Huntington's, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
We may finally have discovered the physical source of depression in the brain. New research has allowed researchers to identify the lateral orbitofrontal cortex as the area of the brain that is most affected by depression. This can open up possible new treatments.