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Exercise. It will help your brain function more efficiently

New study suggests exercise improves cognitive functioning of the brain - that is it makes our decision making abilities better Your daily run may improve...

Yoga, meditation help sharpen your mind: study

New research explains link between yoga, meditation with focus on breath and brain healthResearchers from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland have found the direct neurophysiological link...

Anemia drug help brain development in premature babies

Erythropoietin is used too treat anemia but can also repair and protect vulnerable brains A chemical commonly used to treat anemia can protect and repair...

Brain region for light sensitivity may be culprit in sleep disturbances...

Suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) controls circadian rhythms; aging results in reduction in its light sensitivity That aging is associated with altered sleep cycles and disturbed sleep...

Epilepsy changes thickness, volume of different parts of the brain

Epilepsy is associated with changes in thickness and volume differences in the grey matter of several brain regions, according to new research led by UCL...

Fruit flies show US scientists how brain connections work

One hundred thirteen years after Thomas Hunt Morgan, a professor of Zoology at Columbia University started breeding fruit flies in his laboratory in a...

Not just obesity, junk food, energy drinks may affect memory in...

Junk food is not only found to be bad for waist lines, but also bad for the teen brain That junk food and energy drinks...

UK researchers identify how depression is triggered in the brain

It is not just in the mind. A new study has revealed that people with major depressive disorders have alterations in the activity and connectivity...

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Large babies of diabetic moms 3 times more prone to obesity

Study finds babies that are large for gestational age and born to mothers with gestational diabetes are at higher obesity risk Large babies born to...

After US funding ended last year, UNFPA faced $350 mn gap

Last year the US state department announced the decision to withdraw funding to the UN Population agency The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) is struggling...

Can’t do without coffee? Indulge, it could help beat diabetes

New research suggests coffee may reduce risk of type 2 diabetes by up to 25% If you are a coffee addict, this should cheer you...