When the gut can't talk to the brain, it might reduce your ability to find places
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It's not just one, or two, but six different brain networks are thrown into shambles by drug addiction
Any physical exercise will improve thinking, as long as you do it somewhat consistently and stick with it long enough, according to an analysis of 98 previous studies.
Many people tend to look back on the past with "rose-colored glasses," remembering the good times and the good feelings while forgetting the bad.
The researchers have no idea how the memory actually moved from one snail to another, but it happened.
For women, physical fitness in midlife may do more than give the heart a boost; it may also benefit the brain, a new study from Sweden suggests.
President Donald Trump aced a cognitive test designed to detect early signs of dementia, White House physician and Navy Rear Adm. Dr. Ronny Jackson told reporters yesterday (Jan. 16).
After the FDA announced plans to crack down on homeopathic medicines, Live Science asked chemists what, if anything, the world is losing.
Sleep will consume one-third of your life. You can't avoid it, nor should you. Sound slumber is energizing and uplifting. But there's more to it. Sleep is also essential for effective learning.
Injecting the blood plasma of healthy young people into people with Alzheimer's disease might be safe, but not all experts are behind the idea.
After a sleepless night, you likely feel sluggish the next morning, and a small new study suggests why: Your brain cells feel sluggish, too.
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