Brain imaging exams of high school football players displayed changes in their brain tissue connected to head trauma they sustained after playing for just one season, a new study recently presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) last November 28 says
Blurred version is a common complaint among astronauts who have just got back to Earth after a recent trip to outer space. NASA’s Scott Kelly is one of them.
A recent study published in the Journal of Current Biology has found strong evidence that dogs have “episodic memory,” or the amazing ability to recall events from the past, even seemingly unimportant ones at the time it happened, just like their humans.
New study reveals a breakthrough discovery that could possibly help put an end to mosquito-borne diseases in continents as big as Africa.
New research shows that children who are exposed to tobacco smoke at home at early stages of their childhood are highly likely to adopt antisocial behavior toward others, engage in proactive and reactive aggression, have conduct problems at school, and drop out at age 12.