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Women are smarter than men of the same age; here’s why

Study shows that women's brains stay sharper longer than men of the same age Time wears differently on women's and men's brains. While the brain tends...

Young people with high blood pressure may suffer brain shrinkage

Study shows even when blood pressure is below the levels considered as hypertension, it affects the brain Young people with elevated blood pressure even when...

Bad mood signals stress, how the body is coping with it

Negative mood, like sadness and anger, is associated with higher levels of inflammationA new study says that bad or negative mood, like anger, sadness...

Too much screen time can change the structure of kids’ brains

Kids who spend more than two hours a day on screens got lower scores in thinking and language testsThe US government has launched a...

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...

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Reversible anti-platelet therapy could fight clotting, cancer spread

Preclinical study of deactivated platelets show promising new approach to fight clotting and stop cancer spread A new reversible, drug-free antiplatelet therapy could reduce the...

Getting enough sleep reduces heart disease risk

Sleep has many benefits, including reduction of heart disease risk, shows new study Getting enough sleep is key to good health; insufficient sleep increases the...

Chronic inflammation in middle age may lead to memory problems

Chronic inflammation in middle age may lead to thinking and memory problems decades later People who have chronic inflammation in middle-age may develop problems with...